‘PlayStation 4 Pro’ Release Date, Latest News & Update: Games To Be Released With 4K Display Capabilities; See List Here
Recently, Sony unveiled a list of games that will be taking advantage of the expanded capacities of the PS4 Pro in its event in New York. The PS4 Pro has more powerful features and would allow games to display at 4K resolution that would result in better graphics and run smoother. Such upgrades on the PS4 Pro will already benefit most games whether or not they choose to take advantage of it.
GameSpot gives out a complete and updates list of the games that will and will not take advantage of the PS4 Pro patch. "Deus Ex: Mankind Divided" will now be able to support 4K resolution and some improvements in graphics and "The Elder Scrolls Online" will feature increased graphical fidelity running in native 4K resolution. "Fallout 4" is said to be taking advantage of the 4K capabilities with enhanced lighting and better graphics, while "Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor will have super sampling and anti aliasing.
"Paragon" will now have enhanced visual effects, higher scene complexity, procedural ground cover, greater texture fidelity and more detailed reflections, while "Thumper" will let the PlayStation VR see improved rendering quality. "The Witness" will also be taking advantage of these new capabilities as the resolution will be upscaled to 4K with a consistent 60 FPS while text, menus and other UI elements will be at native 4K.
While these games have already given out how they plan to enhance the experience that they plan to offer, there are a lot of games, which have plans to be enhanced as well but did not give confirmations on details. These include "Battlefield 1," "Call of Duty: Black Ops 3," "Infinite Warfare," "Modern Warfare Remastered," "Days Gone," "Deus Ex: Mankind Divided," "Dishonored 2," "Farpoint," "FIFA 17" and "Final Fantasy XV." Also included are "For Honor," "Ghost Recon: Wildlands," "Horizon: First Light," "Killing Floor 2," "The Last of Us: Remastered," "Mass Effect: Andromeda," "Middle Earth" and "Shadow of Mordor." Lastly, it includes "Rise of the Tomb Raider," "Skyrim: Special Edition," "Spider Man," "Steep," "Titanfall 2," "Uncharted 4: A Thief's End" and "Watch Dogs 2."
A post by GameFAQs showed some fan reactions and while most are pleased and excited, an exceptional few seem unimpressed. Some fans are just excited for the games that they are going to play while some think that the changes that will be introduced are insignificant.