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Battlefield 1 And Uncharted 4 Among List Of Games To Be Optimized For PS4 Pro

Battlefield 1, Uncharted 4 and XCOM 2 are among those games set to receive a fresh lick of paint thanks to the release of the PS4 Pro.

As the launch of the PS4 Pro draws near, Sony has posted a list of 42 games that will be optimized for the new hardware the moment it release on Thursday, November 10.

Word comes by way of the PlayStation Blog, where the platform-holder noted that by tapping into the Pro’s souped-up specs, early adopters can expect “enhanced performance via boosted CPU and GPU,” thereby allowing “HDR imaging technology, and faster, more stable frame rates.” Support will vary on a title-by-title basis, and we fully expect developers to offer up a better indication of their planned PS4 Pro support in the coming days. For now, here’s a rundown of all existing PS4 games in line for a new lick of paint.

Battlefield 1
Call Of Duty: Black Ops 3
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
Driveclub VR
Hustle Kings
inFamous First Light
inFamous Second Son
Mafia III
Mantis Burn Racing
Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor
NBA 2K17
PlayStation VR Worlds
Ratchet & Clank
Rez Infinite
RIGS Mechanized Combat League
Rise Of The Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration
Robinson: The Journey
Super Stardust Ultra
The Elders Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited
The Elders Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition
The Last Of Us Remastered
The Last Of Us: Left Behind
The Playroom VR
Titanfall 2
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End
Until Dawn: Rush of Blood
Viking Squad
Wheels of Aurelia
World Of Tanks

And that’s just at launch. With 2017 just around the corner, Sony noted that the likes of Sony Bend’s Days Gone, Gran Turismo Sport, Gravity Rush 2, Horizon Zero Dawn, For Honor, Nioh and Resident Evil 7 biohazard will “enjoy the benefits of the world’s most powerful console.”

PS4 Pro has been earmarked for launch on November 10. We’ll be keeping a close eye on Sony’s new console as it nears release, so stay tuned for more.

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