PlayStation 4 Pro Release Date, News & Update: ‘Batman: Return to Arkham’ Receives The Biggest Treat So Far; PS4pro Games Not 4K 100%?
PlayStation 4 Pro owners are given the opportunity to enjoy the first two entries of the new "Batman Arkham" game through the "Batman Return to Arkham" collection and the "Batman Arkham Asylum," including 'Batman Arkham City." A new update that has been released recently brings the additional enhancements to the PlayStation 4 Pro console.
The PlayStation 4 Pro update of "Batman Return To Arkham" features different visual and performance enhancements that are expected to greatly improve the gaming experience. As earlier reported, the PlayStation 4 Pro updates will further increase the visual fidelity of playing the game.
In the new PlayStation 4 Pro update, other improvements include the intermittent problems that have been looked into to give improved gameplay stability, performance or hitching issues that have been fixed for a more consistent and smooth framerate.
Meantime, following the "Batman Arkham Knight" release, Rocksteady reportedly announced that the team is finished with the series. However, this does not imply that a new game will not be arriving, as a new Batman game is rumored to likely being developed by the Warner Bros. Montreal.
According to "Batman Return To Arkham" reports, this is also the same team responsible for the "Batman Arkham Origins." PlayStation 4 now supports "Batman Return To Arkham," according to WCCFTech.
Meanwhile, Sony has confirmed that the PlayStation 4 Pro was only days away before it was set to appear at E3 2016. As told by Sony Interactive president Andrew House in an interview, the said console is meant to take the stage alongside and complement the regular PlayStation 4, and that the company will be selling the two versions.
PlayStation 4 Pro provides a full 4K output and features an increased graphical power. Reports also indicate that the console will be compatible with the current PlayStation 4 games, as the majority of the new PS4 games supporting the updated console moves forward.
Not all PlayStation 4 Pro games are expected to be 4K-enabled, since it is up to the developers to decide how the extra computing energy will be used, according to report. Watch "Batman Return to Arkham" 2017 for PS4 Pro and Xbox One here: