The PlayStation Meeting held in New York had various PS4 Pro trailers featured, from much-anticipated games like for example  Insomniac Games’ Spider-Man, Uncharted 4, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Days Gone, Horizon Zero Dawn, Mass Effect Andromeda, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, For Honor, Deus Ex: Mankind Didived, Final Fantasy XV and more.

In one of the videos below, you will be able to watch the three different modes that will be present in The Rise of the Tomb Raider: “4K Resolution,” “High Frame Rate,” and “Enriched Visuals.” 4K Resolution displays obviously the game at 4K/30 FPS. High Frame Rate pushes frame rate towards 60 at 1080p, while Enriched Visuals includes enhanced graphics in the old 1080p/30 FPS combo.

“Sony officially unveiled their new gaming console today – the PlayStation 4 Pro – available November 10, 2016. Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration was featured at their New York event, showcased as one of the first 4K games on console. Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration launches on October 11, 2016, and will be compatible with the PlayStation 4 Pro.

With the PlayStation 4 Pro’s additional horsepower, we’ve been able to add graphical enhancements such as improved reflections, more dynamic foliage, and detailed tessellation. These features heighten the experience and further immerse players in Lara’s first Tomb Raiding expedition.

Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration on the PlayStation 4 Pro will include three modes: 4K Resolution, High Framerate, and Enriched Visuals, allowing you to customize your experience. 4K Resolution displays the game in 4K Resolution, on supported 4K TVs, in 30 fps. High Framerate pushes the framerate above 30 fps at 1080p with a target of 60 fps for an even smoother gameplay experience. Enriched Visuals enhances graphical features of the game for a lusher and more realistic experience, in 1080p at 30 fps.”

Check them all out below, alongside the official reveal trailer of the “new” console version, PS4 Pro.

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