Here’s the full list of PS4 Pro supported games, with a few surprises

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PS4 Pro supported games

The PS4 Pro is less than a week away for launch, and I must admit Sony has somewhat shifted my perception on it. The reveal event back i September was abysmal, failing to properly communicate what the system was really about (and, more importantly, who it was really for). There are still some lingering questions about that, but at the very least Sony has taken out some of the legwork required to get a firm understanding of the system. That’s in part thanks to a greater focus on what games will do with it. And, which games will be doing anything at all.

Sony has revealed the full list of titles that will be taking advantage of PS4 Pro in some way next week, and it’s a little more extensive than I had hoped. The degree to which games take advantage of the additional power still varies wildly. But if you’re hoping to see some sort of PS4 Pro advantage, this are the games to show it off:

  • Battlefield 1
  • Battlezone
  • Bound
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops III
  • Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered
  • Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
  • Dishonored 2
  • Driveclub VR
  • EA Sports FIFA 17
  • Firewatch
  • Helldivers
  • Hitman
  • Hustle Kings
  • inFamous: First Light
  • inFamous: Second Son
  • Knack
  • Mafia III
  • Mantis Burn Racing
  • Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor
  • NBA 2K17
  • Neon Chrome
  • Paragon
  • PlayStation VR Worlds
  • Ratchet & Clank
  • Rez Infinite
  • RIGS: Mechanized Combat League
  • Rise of The Tomb Raider
  • Robinson: The Journey
  • Smite
  • Super Stardust Ultra
  • The Elders Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited
  • The Elders Scrolls: Skyrim Special Edition
  • The Last of Us Remastered
  • The Last of Us: Left Behind
  • The Playroom VR
  • Thumper
  • Titanfall 2
  • Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End
  • Until Dawn: Rush of Blood
  • Viking Squad
  • Wheels of Aurelia
  • World of Tanks
  • XCOM 2

That’s right – still no Bloodborne. Cry to the sun. Or is that the other game?

One thing that some PS4 Pro titles are doing is giving players to choice to channel where they want the extra power to go. Rise of the Tomb Raider, for example, gives you three options. You could push for a native 4K resolution, higher framerates at upscaled 4K or enhanced visual at 1080p. Jonathan Blow’s The Witness is similar, giving players the choice between native 4K or bumped up framerates. This not only gives players choice (which is always a good thing), but it shows how the PS4 Pro can also be used without a 4K TV to enhance your games.

And that’s really what the PS4 Pro needed. A reason for people to buy it without the requirement of purchasing a TV that was double (and often triple) the price of the console itself. I’m hoping more games take their Pro support to this degree, but for now if you’ve got a pre-order locked it, you shouldn’t be too disappointed.

Last Updated: November 4, 2016

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