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All the PS4 Pro Games Getting Upgrades

News Bot Sep 8, 2016

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    Sony showed off a bunch of games that take advantage of the new PS4 Pro at its recent livestreamed event in New York. The PS4 Pro can enable games to display at 4K resolution, utilize extra graphical effects, and run at smoother frame rates. Additionally, games can benefit whether they're played on 4K or 1080p displays.
    Some already-released games will feature PS4 Pro support through updates, while others will come with enhancements out of the box. It's not clear how exactly each game will benefit from the upgraded hardware, but lead architect Mark Cerny did divulge some details on some of the games at the event. We've compiled all the information we currently have and will update this article as we receive more.
    For more information and stories, head on over to GameSpot's PS4 Pro news hub.
    [h=2]Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor[/h]PS4 Pro with a 1080p display:
    Super sampling anti-aliasing.
    [h=2]Paragon[/h]PS4 Pro with a 1080p display:
    Enhanced visual effects, procedural ground cover, higher scene complexity, greater texture fidelity, and dynamic reflections.
    [h=2]The Witness[/h]PS4 Pro with a 4K display:
    1440p resolution or possibly higher upscaled to 4K with a consistent 60 FPS. Text, menus, and other UI will be set at native 4K.
    PS4 Pro with a 1080p display:
    1080p resolution instead of 900p and increased antialiasing quality from 2x to 4x MSAA, while keeping a solid 60 FPS.
    [h=2]PS4 Pro Games with Unconfirmed Details[/h]


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