With so much announcement of AMD Ryzen 7, Radeon RX VEGA and GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, we almost forgot to talk about Horizon Zero Dawn, some of the most advanced games in terms of graphics for the PlayStation 4, either in its version of the PlayStation 4 (1080p) or PlayStation 4 Pro (4K). Both versions are limited to 30 FPS and hopefully the PS4 Pro version is superior in terms of textures, lighting, shadows, physics and reflections, but it does not mean that both versions are pretty good for the console.

Horizon Zero Dawn on PS4 Vs PS4 Pro

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Although versions of the game are limited to 30 FPS, but it must be recognized, it’s a wise decision or correct limitation in this open world game due to the very detailed environment, so developers sacrificed the 60 FPS to offer great graphic quality.

Both consoles are running Horizon Zero Dawn at solid 30 FPS without any FPS drop, so the game offers a great visual section without performance problems, the creators of Killzone again leave the bar very high.

Obviously, if one praises this with limited hardware, it is the time to rethink why we buy the PC games that require a lot more hardware to even offer that type of visuals and performance that is often questionable.