As of late Koei Tecmo and Sony Interactive Entertainment made the “Last Chance” demo of NiOh playable. This demo gave a decent look on the contrast between the PS4 and PS4 Pro forms of the game. On 1080p screens, both adaptations have a ton of comparable choices. These incorporate Action Mode (which keeps running at 60 FPS), Movie Mode (which keeps running at 30 FPS) and Movie Mode (Variable Frame Rade), running with unlocked frame rate. All things considered, there unquestionably is a distinction for every mode between the two console versions.

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NiOh PS4 VS PS4 Pro 1080p comparison

So as to give you a superior look of what every mode and every console offers, Dual Shockers offers screenshots of similar scenes on all modes on both consoles. All screenshots were saved in lossless PNG to keep away from any misfortune in detail. Besides, you can see them in full view in the link beneath.

For every scene, we have a display looking at all modes in the accompanying order: PS4 Action – > PS4 Movie (Variable Frame Rate) – > PS4 Movie – > PS4 Pro Action – > PS4 Pro Movie (Variable Frame Rate) – > PS4 Pro Movie. Three more exhibitions of NiOh pitch the PS4 and PS4 Pro forms of each screenshots against each other.

Remember that the screenshots are entirely weighty in byte measure because of the arrangement. So you need to make sure that you give them a chance to load completely. We likewise exhort against downloading them on mobile devices in the event that you have limited data. This since they’ll gobble it up genuinely quick.

Source: Dual Shockers