The PS4 PRO, which launched on September 20th, is one of the most powerful console to hit the market in quite some time.
It features 4K Ultra HD (UHD) gaming, an Nvidia Geforce GTX 1080 Ti GPU and 8GB of RAM.
This means you get to enjoy games that run at 60 frames per second (fps), or at a max of 120fps on Ultra HD.
The system also supports Dolby Vision HDR, and can be used as a gamepad for the first time.
But this is not the only PS4 console you can expect to get in October.
Sony also has a new headset, the PS4 L1, which has a smaller form factor and a different style than the PS3 Pro.
This headset, which launches on October 23rd, is the only PlayStation 4 model that will not have the PS VR headset.
It also includes a number of other improvements and new features, including a new USB Type-C port and improved wireless charging.
It also supports HDR gaming.