At present, in the wild, PlayStation VR is released, now that PlayStation 4 owners to anticipate the next big shake-up to the PS4 ecosystem. It’s worth mentioning that it would be the PS4 Pro, which is Sony’s upgraded console, the result in runing at perform better and higher resolutions, thanks to allow gamers to run and operate. According to Developers some description, the game will have on the system once it releases on November 10, and the latest to do so is Visual Concepts.
The California-based studio has revealed to Gamespot that their basketball simulation NBA 2K17 will run at 60 frames-per-second, and at a native 4K resolution for those with a 4K display. On top of that, the game will also have HDR support. Those that don’t own a 4K television will also see upgrades as the game will have “much better anti-aliasing.”
NBA 2K17 released last month on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. In PlayStation LifeStyle’s review of the title, Paulmichael Contreras said that “basketball games don’t get any better than this” and awarded it a 9/10. Here’s a snippet from the full review:
Speaking of which, EA will have to pull off a small miracle to compete with NBA 2K17, not only is basketball games, Visual Concepts is also the uncontested developer, but perhaps of all sports games. Finally, it seems to that every year made some improvement, owing to a continuing excellence in multiple game modes, a toned-down but more focused career mode was included. As well as quicker fantasy option, even is impeccable audio work, basketball games don’t get any better than this.