Uncharted 4 has just received a brand new update today from Naughty Dog. Along with the update, they have also added support for PS4 Pro. Since Uncharted 4 supports rendering the game at 4K, using one of the many upscaling solutions available for PS4 Pro, it can show its true beauty on a 4K TV. PS4 Pro is able to capture the game’s screenshot in native 4K and thanks to images shared by an early PS4 Pro user, we can now get an idea of how it looks in action.
This may come as a large surprise to some gamers: Battlefield 1 has one of the best campaign moments of the current generation, if not the first-person war genre itself. The idea of a modern-day FPS that isn’t focused on some deeper meaning, like Spec Ops: The Line, sounds like a pipe dream these days. However, Battlefield 1 truly shines in its second ‘War Story,’ creating a narrative deserving of dissection and analysis.
Push Square: "Whichever of our esteemed colleagues in the games industry coined the word 'bullshot' deserves a knighthood. The term – a combination of a curse word and 'screenshot' – refers to the practice of publishers releasing images not wholly representative of their games. Indeed, during the PlayStation 3 era particularly, it was common for companies to dress up their games with images rendered at a much higher resolution than last-gen consoles could ever cope with, before scaling them back down. This led to the pictures looking much cleaner than what you'd ever actually see on your screen."
PlayStation Pro is all set to make its debut on November 10th and Sony has already sent the PS4 Pro hardware to selected press members for review purpose. Since the hardware is being used by the press, developers have started to roll out new updates for the PS4 Pro support. Sony’s first party games are also getting updated and the latest one to receive this update was Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us Remastered, which now renders at native 4k resolution on the PS4 Pro, as well as adding improved audio and HDR support for the standard PS4.