The PlayStation 4 system opens the door to an incredible journey through immersive new gaming worlds and a deeply connected gaming community. PS4 puts gamers first with an astounding launch lineup and over 180 games in development. Play amazing top-tier blockbusters and innovative indie hits on PS4. Developer Inspired, Gamer Focused.
PlayStation 4: The Best Place to Play
PlayStation 4 is the best place to play with dynamic, connected gaming, powerful graphics and speed, intelligent personalization, deeply integrated social capabilities, and innovative second-screen features.
Gamer Focused, Developer Inspired
The PS4 system focuses on the gamer, ensuring that the very best games and the most immersive experiences are possible on the platform. The PS4 system enables the greatest game developers in the world to unlock their creativity and push the boundaries of play through a system that is tuned specifically to their needs. The end result is new games with rich, high-fidelity graphics and deeply immersive experiences.
Shared Game Experiences
Engage in endless personal challenges with your community and share your epic triumphs with the press of a button. Simply hit the SHARE button on the controller, scan through the last few minutes of gameplay, tag it and return to the game—the video uploads as you play. The PS4 system also enhances social spectating by enabling you to broadcast your gameplay in real-time.
Remote Play on the PS4 system fully unlocks the PlayStation Vita system’s potential, making it the ultimate companion device. With the PS Vita system, gamers will be able to seamlessly play a range of PS4 titles on the beautiful 5-inch display over Wi-Fi access points in a local area network.
Connect to your PS4 system, manage your game downloads, and be ready to game when you walk in the door. The PlayStation App lets you control your PS4 remotely, stay up to date on the games you play, and adds a second-screen experience to hit titles - all from one smooth interface. Now PlayStation goes where you go.
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Champions Rise in FIFA 19
Powered by Frostbite™*, EA SPORTS™ FIFA 19 delivers a champion-caliber experience on and off the pitch.
Led by the prestigious UEFA Champions League, FIFA 19 offers enhanced gameplay features that allow you to control the pitch in every moment, and provides new and unrivaled ways to play, including a dramatic finale to the story of Alex Hunter in The Journey: Champions*, a new mode in the ever-popular FIFA Ultimate Team™, and more. Champions Rise in FIFA 19.
Active Touch System
The new Active Touch System fundamentally changes the way you receive and strike the ball, providing closer control, improved fluidity, creativity and increased player personality. Utilize a suite of new first touch tools, like the disguised touch, flick-up volleys, or even skill specific animations, like the Neymar Trap, to beat your opponent and create scoring opportunities.
A re-imagined system gives players the tools to set multiple tactical approaches, offering in-depth customization pre-match, as well as more options for dynamic in-match adjustments from the D-Pad. Each tactical approach combines formations, mentalities, and attacking and defensive play styles, enabling you to easily customize your play in any situation.
Double tapping shoot on any strike attempt triggers a timed finish, putting users in control of how accurately they connect with the ball. The precision of the second button tap determines the result of the contact, with perfectly timed balls increasing in accuracy and power, and poorly timed contacts more likely to miss the mark. Whether it's a hit from outside the box, a precision header, or a deft touch, timed finishing adds a new layer of control to chances in-front of goal.
In today's connected world, gaming consoles do far more than just let you play video games. In fact, they're expanding the definition of what a modern entertainment device can and should be. Consoles are specialized, prepackaged computers designed, first and foremost, for playing video games on your TV. They tend to be much cheaper than gaming PCs, but they only work with games made for a given system. Apart from games they can also be of use to watch Blu-ray and DVD movies. Every modern system has downloadable apps for services like Netflix and YouTube, letting you stream music and video. In fact, many consoles become home entertainment centerpieces, since they’re great for so much more than gaming.
The Xbox One is Microsoft's video game console and streaming entertainment powerhouse. It's great for the hardcore gamer in the family - but it's a fully featured multimedia hub. The console packs an 8-core processor, 8 GB RAM and a 500 GB hard drive. It has built-in Wi-Fi, a Blu-ray player and USB 3.0.
The hardware is nice, but even more impressive is the upgraded Kinect. It has better voice control and motion sensors. It can read facial expressions, track eye movements and even has infrared technology to detect movement in dimly lit areas. The Xbox One is also a powerful home entertainment console. It completely integrates with your cable TV or satellite service, so you can quickly jump from TV to movies to a game. It comes with its own program guide, and you can change channels using voice commands.
You can also stream Netflix, Hulu and other online services. With Netflix, you can instantly stream thousands of your favorite TV shows and movies right to your Xbox One. The SmartGlass app available for the Xbox One, you can turn your smartphone or tablet into a second screen. Buying an Xbox One gives you access to arguably the liveliest online community of any gaming system.
Sony's PlayStation generally is better when it comes to graphics and processing speeds. The new PS4 is a speedy eight-core AMD processor, AMD Radeon graphic processor, and 500 gigabytes of hard drive space. It comes with 8 GB of GDDR5 RAM, which is faster than the Xbox One's DDR3 RAM. It includes console, one Dual Shock 4 wireless controller, a wired headset, USB charging cable, HDMI cable and power cable.
The PlayStation Network is Sony's online community to play multiplayer games online. You can point the controller at the PlayStation Store and rent or buy a movie. TV shows, music and Netflix streaming content is also available for the console. One unique feature is "Remote Play," which lets you play PS4 games on the separate handheld PS Vita. You can also use the Vita as a second controller.
The new Dual Shock 4 controller is a nice upgrade over the PS3 controller. It has a built-in speaker and LED lights that double as a motion controller.
Playstation 4 Pro
Go beyond 1080p with the Sony PlayStation 4 Pro Gaming Console. With updated graphics architecture and support for 4K gaming, the PS4 Pro provides increased detail, higher-resolution graphics, and faster or more stable frame rates than the original PS4. High Dynamic Range (HDR) gaming and content is also supported, which takes advantage of increased color depth and contrast on compatible displays. The PlayStation 4 Pro also allows for 4K video playback from streaming services, such as Netflix and YouTube. The PS4 Pro is fully compatible with the HDR10 specification. An HDR-compatible TV produces a noticeably fuller, richer image that is closer to what the human eye naturally sees. The PlayStation's graphics processing unit (GPU) contains a unified array of 36 Compute Units based on the Polaris architecture, which collectively generate 4.2 teraflops of processing power that can be applied freely to graphics, simulation tasks, or a mixture of the two. The PlayStation 4 is also equipped with 8GB of unified system memory, easing game creation and increasing the richness of content achievable. High-speed GDDR5 is used for the memory, giving the system a total of 218 GB/s of bandwidth and providing a further boost to graphics performance.
PlayStation 4 Slim
The PlayStation 4 Slim is a great console. It's smaller, quieter and much more portable than the original PS4. The Slim drops over 2 pounds in weight, down to 4.63 pounds from 6.17, and it measures 10.43 x 11.34 x 1.54 inches, versus 10.83 x 12.01 x 2.09 inches on the older model. The Slim is 25 percent lighter, All of which is to say that the console is even more portable than its predecessor.