It’s no secret that PlayStation’s first-party development teams always make use of the PS4 Pro’s extra graphical grunt over the base unit. What isn’t as clear, however, is exactly what’s different when a game is PS4 Pro enhanced. In this guide, we’ll run you through all of Ghost of Tsushima’s PS4 Pro enhancements so you know what to expect.
Ghost of Tsushima’s PS4 Pro Enhancements
The main improvement you’re going to find when playing Ghost of Tsushima on PS4 Pro is the 4K resolution. This, combined with the extra color fidelity HDR offers if you have a compatible display makes the game’s lush environments really pop and bring this gritty Samurai adventure to life. It’s worth noting HDR is available on both the standard PS4 as well as the Pro.
The 4K resolution will essentially offer up more detail in both the characters and the environments they find themselves in. However, you can also expect slightly quicker load times on the Pro, too.
If you prefer your gameplay to run at a silky smooth framerate, Ghost of Tsushima has an option where you can choose whether the game should prioritize an improved resolution or an improve framerate when playing on a PS4 Pro. This can be found within the ‘Display’ settings in the menus. You can change it back at any time.
Unfortunately, we were unable to get specifics regarding the PS4 Pro enhancements for Ghost of Tsushima when we reached out to Sony’s PR. If we do hear back, or we’re able to ascertain further details for you by other means, we’ll be sure to update this post and let you know.
Other than that, there’s not a whole lot else that’s different to Ghost of Tsushima when playing on the Pro or the standard unit.
That’s everything you need to know about Ghost of Tsushima’s PS4 Pro enhancements. Looking for more tips, tricks or general information on the game? Head over to our wiki, or check out more of our coverage on the game below.
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