The #PS4Pro is coming everyone, and with it will arrive some monumental upgrades to video game aesthetics. But despite the talk of whether or not the console will actually promote legitimate 4K, what of the games already released and waiting to launch? What changes will they be seeing?
For your eyes only, I've collated a list of games that will be receiving upgrades when PS4 Pro comes around. So come and have a look!
Every Game That's Getting A PS4 Pro Upgrade
EA stated that it was planning on bringing the resplendent WW1 shooter to PS4 Pro, but haven't yet outlined exactly what the plan is.
Call of Duty
Black Ops 3, Infinite Warfare & Modern Warfare Remastered
In a pretty awesome move, Activision announced that three Call of Duty games will be supporting PS4 Pro. But in what exact capacity is yet to be unveiled.
SIE Bend Studio recently revealed the resplendent upgrades Days Gone will be receiving on PS4 Pro, and not only will the game's visual be amended, so will its lighting in the most outstanding way.
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
The latest instalment in the bard of Adam Jensen will be getting 4K resolution and improvements to the graphics.
There haven't been any concrete revelations on what changes will come for Dishonored 2, but it will receive a visual upgrade nonetheless.
Should be going 4K, and receiving enhancements to its lighting and graphics.
Farpoint (PS VR title)
The VR shooter will be receiving a full HD, 1080p upscale.
And in a similar vein to Battlefield 1, EA have yet to confirm what changes FIFA 17 will be getting. But there will be changes.
Final Fantasy XV
FF15 will support PS4 Pro from launch, but Square Enix have yet to announce exactly what that entails. However some footage of the game running at a rather high resolution was leaked:
Will be upscaled to 4K resolution.
Ghost Recon: Wildlands
Will be receiving an upgrade, but it's currently unclear as to exactly what kind.
Horizon: Zero Dawn
Will be upscaled to 4K and will receive higher textures and even more detailed visuals. The game looks fantastic.
Infamous: First Light
Will be doused in glorious HDR, which in turn will make those super bright, day-glo neons really kick.
Killing Floor 2
No solid details have been released as of yet, but expect the gore to look even gorier.
The Last of Us: Remastered
Naughty Dog's force of nature will run 4K natively at a solid 60fps.
Mass Effect: Andromeda
As revealed in a stunning video, Mass Effect: Andromeda will run natively at 4K with HDR lighting across the board.
Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor
Will be bestowed with glorious super sampling anti-aliasing.
Is receiving quite the upgrade with its visual effects seeing enhancements, higher screen complexity, dynamic reflections, greater texture fidelity and the pièce de résistance being procedural ground cover.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2017
Konami revealed that PES 17 will support PS4 Pro, but have yet revealed in which capacity.
Rise of the Tomb Raider
Will give PS4 Pro owners the chance to experience the game in three different modes. These modes differ between 4K Resolution mode which is pretty self-explanatory, then there's Enriched Visuals mode which locks the game at 1080p/30fps and finally High Frame-Rate mode which aims to reach the dizzying heights of 60fps.
Skyrim: Special Edition
WIll run natively at 4K and will include improved visuals which means upgrades to art and effects, volumetric god rays and dynamic depth of field.
No solid information as of yet, but the game will support PS4 Pro.
The same goes for Steep too. It will support PS4 Pro, but Ubisoft has yet to say exactly how.
Will be "taking advantage of PS4 Pro", but how exactly? Your guess is as good as mine.
Uncharted 4: A Thief's End
This already outstandingly beautiful game will receive HDR upgrades, but there is no concrete description as to what exactly will be improved.
Watch Dogs 2
And as with the ther Ubi games on this list, no concrete information has been released as to the graphical improvements to its games.
Will be getting some seriously impressive amendments on PS4 Pro both in 4K and 1080p. 4K users will see images being upscaled to 4K, with menus and UI being presented in native 4K. Full HD users will see the game increased to 1080p from 900p.