ByJay Ricciardi, writer at Creators.co
Senior Editor of Now Loading. I like good games, good beer, and long walks up treacherous mountains shrouded in sinister, whispering fog.
Jay Ricciardi

While PC players continue to have optimization issues and frame rate performance problems with Dishonored 2, console players are doing just fine. Beyond the technical issues lies a really fantastic game with a ton of flexibility and super fun gameplay.

If you have one of the brand new PS4 Pros, you might have noticed that it's relatively hard to tell is a game will actually be proper optimized for the Pro features just by what it says on the tin.

Dishonored 2 has PS4 Pro support and can run at 4K resolution, even though the back of the box says it only runs at 1080p, the Sony EU blog confirms.

If you have a shiny new PS4 Pro, you can rest assured that Dishonored 2 will take full advantage of the Pro's extra DRAM and more powerful processing power.

So, take to Karnaca and get to sneaking and stabbing in glorious, bloody 4K.

Dishonored 2 launches worldwide on November 11 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The PS4 Pro is also available on November 11.