Quite an evolution.
The latest patch for PES 2017 has enabled support for the PS4 Pro. This means that players can now experience the game in 4K and play at 60 FPS on Sony’s mid-cycle console upgrade.
It isn’t actually clear if the “4K” support means that the game will be in native 4K or if the existing resolution will just be up-scaled from 1080P, but Konami has said that “1080p owners with a PS4 Pro will receive upgraded replays and highlights in 60FPS”.
The update, which weighs in at 172.1MB, was originally intended to be released in November, but was unfortunately delayed. It isn’t just the graphical update that the new update brings: the myClub mode has been given a new Special Agent which focuses on Champion’s League stars being nominated for UEFA’s Team of the Year.
This patch is that latest in a growing list of PS4 games which have been updated to receive PS4 Pro support. Other games to have received similar patches include: Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, The Elder Scrolls: Online, Fallout 4, and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided.