At Gamescom 2017, Elgato has debuted its latest capture card, called the 4K60 Pro. And as the name would suggest, the card can capture gameplay footage at 4K resolution and 60 frames per second (FPS).
Other than the announcement and a few pictures, Elgato is mum on details. However, this is the company's first 4K capture card, so it's sure to satisfy pent up demand from gamers looking to move up from 1080p.
Elgato will presumably have more information on pricing and availability soon, and we'll bring you more details when available.
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