PlayStation news: PS Plus October 2017, PS5 release date, PS4 Pro games boost

PlayStation news: PS Plus October 2017, PS5 release date, PS4 Pro games boost, modded controller, mod chips, xmod teks

PLAYSTATION fans are just days away from finding out the PS Plus lineup, as Sony releases stunning new PS4 Pro gameplay footage. XMOD TEKS
PlayStation Plus subscribers are counting down to the PS Plus October 2017 reveal.
And with the month almost coming to an end, fans should find out sooner rather than later.
The next batch of PS Plus games are expected to be announced on Wednesday, followed by a release the following Tuesday.
While the lineup remains a mystery, fans are expecting a horror game to be included in the package.
Some fans are speculating that a Resident Evil game will be included similar to last year.
This could be either Resident Evil 0 Remaster or Resident Evil Revelations 2.
Unless there's a leak beforehand, we should find out on September 27. Sony has struck a blow to the Xbox One X with some stunning new PS4 Pro gameplay footage.
Sony revealed a brand new Shadow of the Colossus gameplay trailer at the Tokyo Game Show.
Proving that the PS4 Pro is no slouch, the video highlights some of the game's improved lighting, shadow and particle effects.
Captured on PS4 Pro, the video also highlights some of the game's superior animations. Sony also confirmed that the Shadow of the Colossus remake would run in 4K on PlayStation 4 Pro.
The PS5 release date could be pushed back to 2020, a new report has suggested.
In comments reported by PSU, industry analyst Michael Pachter said: "I think that's exactly when you'll see one (PS5) 2019 or 2020, and if I had to bet, it's 2020.
“Sony's making so much money with the PS4 that I think they'll continue to milk it as long as they can milk it.
“And I think the natural extension of that is the PS4 Pro becomes the default PS4, and they just knock that price down to $250 when they can and they keep selling it - a ton of those. “The PS5 is probably going to be their real 4K device, and so it just feels to me that they're not going to launch the PS5 until sales momentum for the PS4 slows, and it just hasn't.
“So you certainly get through 2017, 2018, and I just don't see it slowing in 2018 which should prop them to launch something in 2019.
“If it slows in 2019, they're probably launching in 2020."

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