The PS4 Pro faces some stiff competition, as NVIDIA announces plans to bring its RTX cards to a wide range of laptops.
According to NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang, RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 cards will be available in more than 40 laptops.
And as The Verge points out, these laptops will be capable of running some seriously demanding games without compromise.
This includes ray-traced games like Battlefield V at an impressive 60 frames-per-second.
During NVIDIA’s CES conference, Huang said that the chip enable laptops to deliver “twice the performance of a PS4 Pro”.
Huang even likens them to next-gen consoles like the Xbox Scarlett and PS5, which are expected to be unveiled this year.
According to recent reports, Sony will host a small PS5 reveal in mid-2019, before showcasing the console in full at the returning PlayStation Experience (PSX) event.
Furthermore, it’s said that most studios are in possession of a PS5 dev kit, which is described as a monster.
This would certainly explain why Sony dropped out of next year’s E3 and didn’t host a PlayStation Experience event.
A 2019 reveal would most likely lead to a 2020 release date for the PS5, which would give Sony enough time to release its final wave of PS4 exclusives.
This includes The Last of Us 2, Media Molecule’s Dreams and Ghost of Tsushima.
Other upcoming PS4 exclusives include Death Stranding and Days Gone, the latter of which launches in April.