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PlayStation 4 Pro Graphical Capabilities Shown In New Gameplay Videos
Just two days remain before we get our hands on PlayStation 4 Pro, but until then those who got the console early are uploading videos recorded from the upgraded console. This time Twitter user, Juniper Roth, has uploaded a couple of videos showcasing Uncharted 4 and Ratchet & Clank running on PlayStation 4 Pro.
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The first video is showcasing Rachet And Clank on the upgraded console, as the game has already received a patch to support PS4 Pro. While the video is 1080p, but the results are certainly good. The frame rate is smooth and there is a clear upgrade in the graphical details like shadows and particle effects.
The second video showcases Uncharted 4 running on PlayStation 4 Pro. The game already looked extremely stunning on PS4 and with the extra power of PlayStation 4 Pro, that game certainly looks incredible. The gameplay video showcases the Madagascar level, the draw distance, texture quality, particle effects and even lighting has been enhanced.
Sony has already revealed more than 30 games that will be available for PlayStation 4 Pro at launch, and even revealed that 45 more games will come to the console by the end of the year. Hitman, The Last Of us, Titanfall 2, Battlefield 1, Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare, NBA 2K17 are just a few games announced to support the console.
The Witness will also be available for PS4 Pro, but developers are yet to announce the date for the game to be available for the upgraded console. The Witness will feature two display modes for PS4 Pro, like many other games.
The first mode will be native 4K at 30 FPS and the second display mode will be game rendering at 1440p resolution at 60 PFS and upscaled to 4K.
PlayStation 4 Pro launches on November 11, 2016 and will be available for $399.