Posted Tue Nov 8, 2016 at 05:54 AM PST by Tyler Treese
PlayStation VR also improved.
'Rez' creator Tetsuya Mizuguchi went to the PlayStation Blog to detail how 'Rez Infinite' will be better on PS4 Pro. The big change is that the game will run at a native 4K resolution of 3849 x 2160. This is provided, of course, that players own a 4K-capable display. No new patch will need to be downloaded to enjoy it, as it's already enabled in the current version of the game.
That's not all though, as PlayStation VR players will also see a major difference in image quality. The game will now render at a 1920 x 1080 resolution instead of 1440 x 810. Mizuguchi says that this boost in power makes "each particle look a little more clear, a little more solid, adding up to objects and enemies that look more distinct and “real,” whether close-up or at a distance."
'Rez Infinite' is available now exclusively on PlayStation 4. The shooter launched alongside PlayStation VR last month, but is also playable on televisions.
Source: PlayStation Blog
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