Metal Gear Solid 5 compares its graphics on PS4 and PS4 Pro
The Digital Foundry team of specialists does another great job of analysis.
When a new game console appears on the scene, many turn to Digital Foundry to learn the machine's capabilities inside out. It is not the case of a PS4 Pro that already exhibits a certain veteran having been released last year, however Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain has been one of the last video games to offer specific support for this platform.
Yesterday we already told you that this allowed the action and stealth video game of Hideo kojima have higher resolution and a more fluid rate of images per second, however, here it is explained if it is a mere extension to resolution 1440p or if it has greater graphic improvements.
Also, as if that were not enough, the versions of PlayStation 4 and PS4 Pro are compared.