AllGamers give you the run down of the best games to play on your PS4 Pro. Perfect for those who've just snagged one in the Black Friday deals.
The word "Ultra" is very misleading here.
They should have said “true 4K”?
Nah, Sony referred it as "Dynamic 4K" now. Which is still misleading as hardly any games on the Pro is dynamic 4K.
Blah.....don't really care what they call it. If Sony keeps creating games like Horizon Zero Dawn and Uncharted, which look better than anything else available anywhere, all is well.
And yet NPW...there's still dynamic 4K on the Xbox X too. Give it a rest eh? I've got an X and enjoying Forza and Sunset Overdrive - and looking forward to playing The Crew 2, Far Cry and RDR2. Disappointed in Gears - but that's just it. A game is a different experience for everyone. And a good game is a good game for someone regardless of pixels, frames and most importantly...platform.
Don't think any of those titles are actually in ultra HD, Fifa perhaps?
I'm fine with CB. Wish, hope more games use it. Even DF was impressed by CB when compared directly to native 4k.
"Nah, Sony referred it as "Dynamic 4K" now. Which is still misleading as hardly any games on the Pro is dynamic 4K." Horizon Zero Dawn says it doesn't care what you call it, and frankly neither do I. I have no idea what res HZD runs at and I do not care. It is amazing and my personal GOTY. It isn't available on PC (that I have to pretend doesn't exist so I can brag about my resolution while not having any games) nor on any other platform except the PS4.
And yet Horizon zero dawn, Uncharted LL and ratchet and clank look just as good if not better than any "True 4K" Game. Lol Funny what happens when you actually have talented devs at your disposal
So basically just Fifa 18 is the only Ultra 4k game on the list
+shloobmm3 Native 2160p, yes, FIFA and also NBA2K18 are. Horizon has the same pixel count as 2160p but alternates reprojecting half the pixels. It doesn't look quite as sharp as native because the reprojected pixel data isn't 100% accurate in motion like native but it still looks exceptional.
Very Misleading. Seeing as the PS4 rarely if ever actually hits 2160P
So a black screen of 2160P is a sight to behold...
" The Must play games on PS4 Pro" there change the article for you ;) Gin we're out.
Just some great games overall regardless of how they look.
On my 50 inch tv I can’t really tell 4K from 1440p with checkerboarding from a normal distance.
It's unfortunate people quit playing games and started playing pixel.counts. It's a fact too.
@gncflyer Exactly. If I have to pause the screen and zoom in on every detail to notice differences, I’m no longer playing a game.
And what does DF do to highlight those textures? Zoom in. lol
Try it again with your glasses on
I like how DF is suddenly null and void when they were the ammo of Sony fanboys for years.
he's probably right. To truly enjoy 4k, you need a 65 inch and sit within 7 feet to enjoy full benefits of 4k and high end tvs for hdr. Fact is xbox is made for gamers with elite setups, that have sound systems that take advantage of dolby atmos, that want 4k players to enjoy 4k movies. These are the gamers that microsoft have in mind ultimately and the downsampling s great too for everyone else without 4k tv. Kevn is lucky his setup doesnt allow him to enjoy full benefits of 4k, because if it did the the pro would dissapoint from a technical standpoint. Personally I have everything I just talked about to take advantage of the x, and its glorious
loco roco is uhd
Gt sport with hdr looks incredible. As does ratchet and clank.
Sony's machine isn't dynamic 4K because it never really hits 4K. Microsoft's slogan is also misleading, but it does do true 4K much of the time.
Never? 2KSports games are not only native 2160p but also run at 60 fps. A few Pro games do hit native 4K. But it's true that 2160p is typically not a reasonable expectation for the hardware. Between 1440p native and 1800p checkerboard is typically the sweet spot for Pro games. Some do exceed that, though.
Notice I said "never really" which means seldom... at least in my interpretation. I would have said flat out "never" had I meant that.
I don't care what it's called, it looks fantastic and works for me.
Witcher ain't no UHD on Pro, either.
Witcher 3 is 2160p checkerboard on Pro.
It's 1920x2160. That's not UHD. https://www.bing.com/search...
+TheDBD You're using marketing terms and don't even understand how checkerboard rendering works and you think you're in a position to teach others about it? The 1920 * 2160 figure omits interpolation and reprojection of pixel data from the previous frame utilized in checkerboard rendering. I didn't say it was native 2160p/ "UHD" in the first place; I clearly specified "checkerboard" in my previous comment. https://www.youtube.com/wat... 0:50 Learn something.
I would have included Wipeout Omega Collection to this list. It's an absolute stunner in 4K.
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