It was the first console designed to tackle gaming for ultra HD displays, and the first mid-generation ‘refresh’ offering a substantial boost to performance over launch hardware. Since its 2016 debut, PlayStation 4 Pro has delivered some exceptional results for 4K living displays – results that seem almost miraculous for a 4.2 teraflop GPU – but in the years since, the Pro has evolved in new, unexpected directions. While 4K was initially the focus for the machine, I’d now say that it’s something of a gem for 1080p display users as well. In fact, if you’ve stuck with your standard unit, now could be a good time to upgrade.