The PS4 Pro has been around for a while now, so we’re starting to see discounts, refurbs, and open-box deals pop up regularly. It obviously can’t live up to the performance of a high-end PC, but it’s a very affordable way to give your 4K TV a workout on the cheap. Even better, plenty of Pro-enabled games are already quite affordable.
It’s safe to assume that new full-priced games will take advantage of the additional graphical power in the Pro, but there’s a surprisingly wide selection of titles that received excellent post-release Pro patches as well. From relatively small indies to beloved Sony exclusives to third-party best sellers, there’s a lot of high-res enjoyment to be had for $20 or less.
Note: Prices and stock may fluctuate.
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