PS4 Pro Receives ‘Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End’ Version; 45 Other Games By End Of 2016 Including 'Final Fantasy XV'By G. Sal
PS4 Pro is getting a new game that can run on the new device. The action-adventure game from Naughty Dog "Uncharted 4" recently unveiled its coming to the latest gaming console by Sony. An Early Access gamer reportedly shared 1080p videos of the action game.
"Uncharted 4: A Thief's End" recently rolled out with support for the new PS4 Pro. It is said that the game looked stunning in HDR. On that note, direct-feed screenshots from the game have surfaced online from a PS4 Pro user who got an early access of the hardware, Gear Nuke reported.
Earlier versions of the PS4 only allowed recording and sharing videos in 720p. On the other hand, the Sony PS4 Pro can record and share videos up to 1080p. Hence, the direct-feed of "Uncharted 4" was shared in 1080p which allegedly showed the significant improvements of the device over its predecessors.
Sony has reportedly confirmed that the PS4 Pro will support 4K rendering. It is yet to be revealed whether Naughty Dog will be able to scale their game's resolution to 4K. Rumor has it that "Uncharted 4: A Thief's End" will render a lower resolution than 4K and then upscale to it.
"Uncharted 4" is already available on PS4 since its launch in May 2016. On the other hand, the PS4 Pro is yet to be revealed on its official launch date of Nov. 10. The console is rumored to come packed with 1TB hard disk for $399.
Meanwhile, the PS4 Pro is also slated to roll out with more than 45 games by the end of 2016. Sony officially revealed that 30 of these games will include enhanced features upon the release of the new console. Older titles are expected to receive a patch while the newer releases will come with PS4 Pro support built in their base codes.
PS4 Pro is expected to boost CPU and GPU capabilities, improve frame rates and visuals with 4K upscaling and output. Among the games that will be getting PS4 Pro support are "Watch Dogs 2", "Final Fantasy XV" and "Killing Floor 2." Additionally, creators at Guerilla Games reportedly noted that "Horizon: Zero Dawn will look better on 1080p screens, Wired UK reported. Watch The 20 Coolest Games Coming to PS4 Pro