Since the reveal of PlayStation 4 Pro many developers have revealed that their upcoming and already released games will be playable on the console. Previously 2K Games has confirmed that NBA 2K17 will also be taking full advantage of PlayStation 4 Pro’s hardware, now the company has revealed something more exciting.
2K Games has confirmed to Gamespot that NBA 2K17 will be playable at native 4K at 60 frames per second along with HDR for the 4K displays. However, those who don’t have the 4K TV will be able to enjoy the with better image quality for 1080p TVs.
According to 2K, the NBA 2K17 will render on 4K for the 1080p display, as this will result in a better image quality with anti-aliasing and HDR.
Sony Interactive Entertainment has revealed that PS4 Pro is using SATA 3.0. According to the company, its previous statements about PS4 Pro using SATA 2.0 was incorrect and PS4 Pro does, in fact, comes with SATA 3.0 drive.
While Sony has been marketing the PlayStation 4 Pro as a 4K capable console, but Andre House himself has admitted that most of the game on PS4 Pro will be upsclaed to 4K. According to Xbox planning exec Albert Penello, PlayStation 4 Pro’s 4.2 TFLOPS are not enough for true 4K.
But I know that 4.2 teraflops is not enough to do true 4K. So, I feel like our product aspired a little bit higher, and we will have fewer asterisks around the 4K experiences we deliver on our box.
While the developers have been discussing the impact of PlayStation 4 Pro on gaming and the industry, there are not many who have discussed what this console could do for PlayStation VR. According to President of Sony’s Worldwide Studios, Shuhei Yoshida, PlayStation VR will benefit greatly from PlayStation 4 Pro, as it will add more to the image quality and lightning quality of the VR games.
NBA 2K17 is a basketball simulation game developed by Visual Concepts for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.