'PS4 Pro' News: Games Covered By Forward Compatibility Feature, Release Dates

The release of PlayStation 4 Pro has already been confirmed. In order to use the current feature of the PlayStation 4 Pro to an advantage, many developers are already planning on updating their current games so that it can also be added to the console. It is still guaranteed that most past versions of the PlayStation 4 games will still be compatible on the PS4 Pro. However, some of these games will be benefitted if it can be updated. Unreleased games are guaranteed to have enhanced features than those currently available games.

According to the VG247, there will be a variation from one upgrade to another. It will depend on what model of TV the player has or if it is HDR compatible. Forward compatible games are those existing games that will soon receive patches and modifications. Upcoming titles are those games which are confirmed to be released on PS4 Pro.

Based on the reports from IGN, the forward compatible games are: Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, Infamous: First Light, Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor, Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited, The Last of Us: Remastered, The Witness, and Paragon.

The titles of the unreleased games with their announced date of releases are as follows:

Battlefield 1 - October 28, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare - November 4, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered - November 4, Days Gone - 2017, Dishonored 2 - November 11, Farpoint (PlayStation VR) - TBD 2016, FIFA 17 - September 27, Final Fantasy 15 - November 29, For Honor - February 14, 2017, Ghost Recon: Wildlands - March 7, 2017, Horizon: Zero Dawn - February 28, 2017, Killing Floor 2 - November 18, Mass Effect: Andromeda - Early 2017, Rise of the Tomb Raider - October 11, Spider-Man - TBD, Steep - December 2, Titanfall 2 - October 28, Watch Dogs 2- November 15. PS4 Pro will be released on November 10.


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