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Battlefield 1 on PS4 Pro sharper, increased FPS than PS4

PS4 Pro version of Battlefield 1 has sharper graphics, more consistent frame rate compared to the PS4 version
By: Anthony Garreffa | Gaming News | Posted: Nov 12, 2016 4:50 am

Sony's beefier PS4 Pro seems to be helping ridiculously good looking games like Battlefield 1, with some early reports from PS4 Pro owners that have said that playing Battlefield 1 on their 1080p TV.

 

 

Reddit user Cerraent said they were "immediatly blown away by the sharpness from the intro/tutorial. While the campaign had a distracting aliasing on trees and foliage on my regular PS4, everything was extremely crisp and the texture detail was amazing (mud, gravel and so on)".

 

Cerraent continued, adding: "I also had the feeling that it gave an competitive advantage in multiplayer. Even my wife, who normally does not care for the technical side of games, mentioned that the game looks more crips/fluid than the last time she's seen me playing it. Sadly I have to ship my Pro in today, due to loud coil whine while under load. I would have taken screenshots otherwise".

 

It wasn't just Reddit either, with NeoGAF user Baked Tanooki saying that the improved FPS in Conquest mode with 64 players, saying: "Seems like Battlefield 1 was already patched. Framerate feels much smoother now, when playing with 64 players. It doesn't look like absolutely locked 60fps, but it's much much better". They continued: "The resolution bug seems to be gone, as I haven't experienced it a single time on my pro. It looks like it stays on 1080p all the time, instead of the dynamic resolution. Looks cleaner and easier on the eyes".

 

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