Virtual Reality Sony was relatively quiet on the PS4 Pro and how it will work with Play Station VR.
The company has been adamant that PSVR will work with the standard PS4, so any difference with the PS4 Pro will likely be performance rather than compatibility.
All PS4s will get a firmware update that will add HDR support to their 1080p output, but we'll have to see how it's implemented.
This doesn't necessarily mean the PS4 Pro will render games in 4K. Sony's own specs state that the PS4 Pro's 4K video output can be from either game rendering or upconversion after rendering at a lower resolution, and most games will likely use the latter.
If you don't have a TV that supports 4K, you won't be taking advantage of the PS4 Pro's higher-resolution output at all. All PS4 games will play on the PS4 Pro and PS4/PS4 Slim.
Sony was clear about total compatibility for all systems.
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The PS4 Pro uses a Radeon-based 4.20-TFLOPS graphical processor, a huge jump over the 1.84-TFLOP CPU used by in the original PS4 and PS4 Slim.
The PS4 Pro's CPU also gets a clock boost, but Sony didn't specify just how much faster it is than the PS4's processor, as both systems use an octa-core x86-64 AMD "Jaguar" CPU.
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However, patches are being developed for many games that have already been released in a feature Sony calls "forward compatibility," which lets current games improve graphics or performance on the PS4 Pro.