Good thing, too, because the company is about to start selling two new PlayStation models in Canada — the smaller PlayStation 4 ‘Slim’ and the more powerful PlayStation 4 Pro, which is capable of outputting both games and video at 4K and HDR.
“Yes. You will be able to copy your games, saved data, captured videos and screenshots, system settings, and other content from a standard PS4 to PS4 Pro using a standard Ethernet cable,” says the company in a blogpost on its official blog.
Sony goes on to add that the same process will work when transferring data between two standard PlayStation 4s, from a PlayStation 4 Neo , and between two PlayStation 4 Pros.
Sony doesn’t state when the update will start making its way out in the wild, but as Engadget notes, a firmware update is scheduled to land alongside