When the PlayStation 4 Pro launches on November 10, it will include with it a library of some of the most popular games in the market. However, not all of the games included will be getting an upgrade patch, which means players who play them using the PS4 Pro won't see much of a difference.
According to Time, the new PlayStation 4 Pro provides a leap in performance and visual chrome. This makes playing the games in the library "much lovelier."
Some of the games included in the launch are already enhanced for PS4 Pro. Players just need to look at the "PS4 Pro Enhanced" logo if they're buying in retail and in the game's preview if they're ordering online.
The enhancements though are still up to the developers of the game, as Sony only required that the game can run on both the standard PS4 and the PS4 Pro. According to GameSpot, not all games in the library feature PS4 Pro support.
It also isn't clear how much benefit a game will get if it's supported win an upgraded hardware. Nonetheless, here are the lists of games that are already supported with an upgrade patch: "Battlezone", "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered", "Deus Ex: Mankind Divided", "The Elder Scrolls Online", "Fallout 4", "Gran Turismo Sport", "Hitman", "Horizon: Zero Dawn", "Infamous: Second Son", "Killing Floor 2", "Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor", "NBA 2K17", "Nioh", "Paragon", "Ratchet & Clank", "Rez Infinite", "Rise of the Tomb Raider", "Thumper", "Titanfall 2", "Viking Squad", "The Witness".
Games that aren't mentioned here but are in the PS4 Pro library, are not yet supported with an upgrade patch. And here's the list of games in the library without an upgraded patch yet: "Destiny", "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt", and "Until Dawn".
Sony is saying, though, that there will about 45 games in the PS4 Pro that will have support. This includes "Watch Dog 2," "Killing Floor 2," "Final Fantasy XV" and "The Last Guardian."