PlayStation 4 Pro Enhancements For Final Fantasy XV, Resident Evil 7, Uncharted 4 And More Showcased In New Images


Following the PlayStation 4 Pro announcement, Sony has been doing its best to show players the enhancements the new console will bring to both select already released games and upcoming titles. The Tokyo Game Show 2016, which is being held until the end of the week, is definitely the right occasion to showcase these enhancements to visitors, and that's what the Japanese company has been doing these past few days.

A few hours ago, Japanese website Game Spark shared some images of upcoming and already released PS4 titles such as Final Fantasy XV, Resident Evil 7, Uncharted 4 and Horizon Zero Dawn. Speaking about the Final Fantasy XV PlayStation 4 Pro enhancements, Game Spark notes how the game runs much better on the new console, with a stable frame rate and improved texture clarity. It's also been noted how vegetation receives some very noticeable improvements.

Speaking about Resident Evil 7, Game Spark notes how darkness feels more visible, improving the atmosphere and making everything feel more realistic. HDR also influences lighting positively, with light sources spreading light in a better looking way


Sony is also showcasing the PlayStation 4 Pro enhancements for the Naughty Dog developed Uncharted 4. Like for the other two titles, differences are quite noticeable, with Game Spark saying that the game doesn't feel bright enough when switching HDR off, as made it quite clear by the two shared images, which feature both HDR off and on.

Horizon Zero Dawn, currently in development by Guerrilla Games, already looks impressive on the original PlayStation 4, so it's not surprising to learn that it looks even more impressive on PlayStation 4 Pro. Game Spark's impressions are quite positive, with the website noting how everything looks more vivid, from characters to environments. According to Game Spark, the game is definitely the best one that can be used to demonstrate the PlayStation 4 Pro enhancements.

The PlayStation 4 Pro console launches this November in all regions. We will keep you updated on the console as soon as more comes in on it, so stay tuned for all the latest news.