Ubisoft seems to confirm a little more of its partnership with Sony by sharing the power of the PS4 Pro in all its upcoming games.
After Watch Dogs 2 and For Honor, Ubisoft has taken advantage of the PlayStation Meeting 2016 to announce that two of its upcoming flagship titles would also benefit of the extra power offered by the PS4 Pro. The two games in question are the TPS tactical and infiltration namely Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands and mountain sports simulation Steep, both intended to gain graphical quality with these upgrades.
Details about the improvements of each of these titles were not advanced, although Colin Graham, director of animation of Watch Dogs 2, has stated that his title will run “much closer to our vision” on PS4 Pro.
This latest announcement from the French publisher tends to prove that it intends to propose all of its games with an improved version on PS4 Pro to attract an audience increasingly fond of surprising and visually immersive experiences. The question is whether Ubisoft will undergo such polishing of its recent blockbusters (The Division, Far Cry Primal, etc.) that could also benefit from a graphics processing and thus offer a second youthfulness.
Steep and Ghost Recon Wildlands are expected to respectively release on 2 December 2016 and 7 March 2017, under the same version of PS4/PS4 Pro of the consoles side of Sony. We will have to wait a while to test the game in hand with graphics contributions of PS4 Pro for these two games that we hope remains bestsellers for Ubisoft.