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GT Sport Graphics Prove That The PlayStation 4 Pro Is In A Different League

With the rise of high-resolution gaming, both Sony and Microsoft have been hard at work topping each another, one over the other. GT Sport, which is a PlayStation 4 exclusive is about to land on the PlayStation 4 within a few days. The company has confirmed to take full advantage of the PlayStation 4 Pro’s extra horsepower, and in this comparison done by CandyLand, a trusted graphics comparison channel on YouTube, it absolutely shows how far they’ve pushed the PlayStation 4 Pro over the base and slim PlayStation 4.

The title targets to hit a locked 60FPS standard on both, the base and beefier PlayStation 4 Pro. Both manage to achieve that. However, the lead that the Pro takes in these graphics comparisons are immense showing off the potential of GT Sport being an exclusive on the PlayStation 4 family of consoles. Here’s a comparison of graphics between the base and upgraded PlayStation 4 in its maximum extent.

Being a title exclusively being developed for Sony’s PlayStation 4 family of devices, Sony is also giving it the upper edge of supporting VR on both base and upgraded PlayStation 4 consoles. Such demonstration of commitment and clarity shows how much Sony is dedicated to their fanbase and their promises. With Sony being the lone supporter of VR with their PlayStation VR headset, Sony definitely has the titles to show off the potential of their consoles and VR experience, that too at an excellent price point.

Can’t wait to see how Sony shapes up the upcoming years with these consoles. Another thing that we would like to mention that the above comparison done by CandyLand was actually done on the demo version of the game which means that some things might to updated over the next week before its launch as well. Overall the title looks solid and seems to be ready to hit stores on the 18th of October 2017.

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