Did you catch Sony’s PlayStation Meeting yesterday? Sony revealed the PlayStation 4 Pro (known as the Neo during development), and it looks like a mighty machine. Well, it looks like a stepping stone, but its specs are decent.
The reveal was kind of a big deal, and I’m sure many fans are happy at the prospect of being able to play their games and media at 4K UHD. You know who’s not a fan of the new console? Microsoft (shocker). Shortly after the announcement, Xbox and Aaron Greenberg (the guy in charge of Xbox games marketing) took to Twitter to fire some not-so-subtle shots at the new console.
The PS4 Pro has many great things going for it, but being able to play 4K Blu-rays isn’t one of them. Microsoft was quick to point out that their new Xbox One S is very much capable of doing just that.
I highly doubt Sony will be all that bothered by the tweets, as my fellow popcorn-eating onlooker Wesley Fick points out: “[Microsoft] don’t have a counter to PS4 Pro for a year. So much butthurt because they wanted Zen.”
The PlayStation 4 Pro is slated for release on 10 November, and you can find its juicy details here.