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Top PS4 Games That Are Better On PlayStation 4 Pro

  • On September 12, 2017

We all love our PlayStation 4 and what it has brought to gaming, and Sony definitely knows we love great graphics and solid framerates. Because of this, it released the PS4 Pro, a souped up version of the PS4 with lots of improvements and extra power over the regular version of the console so that we can get the best looking games with the fastest framerates around. The added processing power takes care of a game’s artificial intelligence, physics and more while also allowing developers to give us great looking games at up to 4K resolution.

While the original PS4 runs at 1.84 teraflops, the PS4 Pro, at one point code-named Neo, has been upgraded to 4.2 teraflops – a considerable jump in processing power. On top of this, the system’s CPU clock is higher, allowing developers to enhance and optimize their releases with higher resolution graphics, more detailed textures, more geometry and foliage in areas, a better draw distance, and more. The PS4 Pro is great, only falling short by not including compatibility for Ultra HD Blu-Ray discs.

With all these boosts, some games look better than others depending on the level of optimization from the development teams, but there’s also a Boost Mode that helps most games to perform better. Now, let’s take a look at some PS4 games that make good use of the PS4 Pro’s power.


If you want to enjoy solid games on your Pro, FIFA 17 is definitely a good option. FIFA 17 on PS4 Pro gets boosted from 1080p to a native 4K resolution. That’s right. Native. You’ll notice more detail on the field, especially during replays where you’ll notice that things such as the grass look considerable more defined. All of this is done at a solid 60fps which is definitely great for sports games and a good thing to have for FIFA 17. The game is going to look so good on your TV, you might want to start looking for some tips for e sport betting for all the FIFA tournaments and events going on the whole year!

The Witness

When the game was released PS4, it came with a 900p resolution with 2x multisample anti-aliasing (MSAA). This was the best at the time and something that not many people complained about. However, with the Pro, the HDR makes the game shine, not to mention that resolution is easily boosted to 1080p at 60 frames per second, with an option of going even higher to 1440p or 2160p to make the most of your Ultra HD TV.

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is not only the best looking PS4 game out there, it’ one of the best looking games out there, period. The single player for Uncharted 4 is available at 1080p and 30fps for an almost cinematic experience, while the multiplayer mode has things at 900p and 60fps. Now, when you get to playing the PS4 Pro version, you will have the chance to enjoy 1440p and 30fps for the single player mode and 1080p 60fps for the multiplayer mode. And once you see the game with the bump thanks to the HDR support of the Pro, you’ll realize the pictures you take in the game are going to look and feel amazing. }

InFamous: Second Son

This is one that arrived shortly after the release of the PS4, giving us a look at what next gen visuals were all about. But now that the game has been given PS4 Pro support, the game looks even better. The visual bump thanks to HDR, crisper graphics and textures, as well as the improve particle effects and the look of the powers the main character has access to make this game look insanely good.