The PS4 Pro Will soon make your games look better.
According to those participating in the PS4 system applications update 5.50 beta, supersampling was added as an option to Sony’s pragmatic console.
Supersampling allows games that encourage improved textures, anti-aliasing, and resolutions above 1080p to scale to 1080p screens allowing for enhanced picture quality, fewer jagged edges, along with a flatter overall experience.
Even though most PS4 Pro improved games let you choose between better graphics or a higher frame rate or operate with supersampling, this ensures those who don’t now will. It’s an intriguing addition as the Xbox One X has had it since launch, making it obvious that Sony is looking to close the gap from a features perspective.
Nonetheless, Sony does note that the results of the will differ from game to game. In some cases, the picture quality might not be all that better or the frame rate might be affected.
Even though this is a region of the PS4 system program 5.50 beta, then it is going to be interesting to see if Sony makes it available to a wider audience if 5.50 is ready for mass consumption, or perhaps hold it back for more testing.
This is not the first time Sony has attracted core, system-level qualities to the PS4 Pro using an upgrade. Last year saw Boost Mode which promised to raise the frame rate in games which weren’t optimised for the PS4 Pro albeit it saw mixed effects. How much of an effect supersampling has will probably be a point of controversy in the weeks to come. Until then, here’s a listing of matches from popular gambling forum ResetEra that encourage supersampling.