PS4 Pro owners with the 4K and HDR TV to match will choose from the same modes, but they perform differently there. I just can't see myself looking back at the PS4 Pro's launch and reminiscing about the line-up, as it's been stolen from elsewhere. I have a feeling Microsoft will want to paint the Scorpio in a different light. Countless demos already proved that. And it won't matter if you don't own a 4K TV yet, either.
Meanwhile, Neon Chrome developer 10tons Ltd. revealed on their website that the shooter's PS4 Pro patch is available now. According to report conferred by PlayStation Universe, the latest installment of the Gran Turismo video game is amplified with a high-end 4K resolution, High Dynamic Range (HDR) graphic renderer, and the latest virtual reality support. What are you getting? It's safe to assume that this will enable full 4K support, though given how good Uncharted 4 looks, it's unlikely that we will see native 4K output here.
"You're going to notice a ton of subtle details, from stitching on Aloy's outfit, individual leaves and branches swaying in the wind, kilometers away in the distance, and more detail in all the machines and NPCs in the world". However one trick it does have up its sleeve is the PSVR compatibility which could prove to be its biggest selling point. It's kind of what is expected from at least one game at launch.
Neon Chrome is available on PC, Xbox One and PS4 for $14.99 United States dollars. The image looks more natural and has more 'pop'. One of those perks is 10GB of cloud storage, thankfully upgraded from 1GB past year, and you might need it when making the upgrade.
One of the major obstacles for PS4 Pro that we'll be talking about in the next week or so as we review the hardware is the challenge of 4K and HDR TV set penetration. You know the grey one that looks attractive, just like the original PS1? Aside from HDR-capable televisions being able to immediately switch the game to the HDR display feature - which certainly gives "The Last of Us" a boost in terms of graphical performance - the update also gives improvements to the game's audio capabilities. Are they unnecessary upgrades or ones we should have had in the first place?