The PS4 Pro is tantalisingly close, and one of the biggest questions on people's minds is how good its graphical capabilities are, and one of the best games to compare the capabilities of the PS4 Pro is Rise of the Tomb Raider, which includes three graphic modes: graphical enhancement, 60 frames per second, and 4K. We decided to look a little deeper at the three modes available and see in detail what the graphical differences are.
You can see screens of the three graphical modes below, which will allow you to see the visual differences. The visual enhancement mode adds more detail to the scenery, visible on a greater depth. The option of 60 frames per second is naturally the visually weaker version, however, since it sacrifices graphical quality for higher frame rates. The resolution of 4K, even adapted to 1080p, shows better clarity and visual definition, as expected.
A deeper look at the images shows with even greater clarity the graphical differences. If you look at the grass at the bottom, and at the trunk, you can clearly see that the graphical enhancement option has more plants and detail. On the other hand, the branches of the 4K version are a good example of the superior definition of this option, while the graphical quality of the 60 frames per second is always the inferior visual option.
How important are these changes to you, and are they big enough to sway your decision in getting a PS4 Pro?