Call of Duty: WWII will take full advantage of the extra firepower found inside the PlayStation 4 Pro, according to Sledgehammer Games.
According to Michael Condrey, the studio’s co-founder and chief operating officer, the enhanced Sony console will be used to show off some more impressive fidelity in the upcoming World War 2 shooter. The facial system, the physics found in the game, and the animation system are all boosted with the PS4 Pro, as well as the game’s new 48-player multiplayer hub known as the Headquarters. Speaking in the November issue of the Official PlayStation Magazine UK, he detailed the upgrades:
“The new facial system, the new animation system, the new rendering physics system, [PS4] all brings that to life. This power, you know, we’re taking full advantage of the PS4 Pro and everything it’s doing to really bring that fidelity out.”
It’s also evident in Headquarters, he explains, with the 48-player space also taking advantage of what the supercharged console can do.
The exact PS4 Pro enhancements haven’t been revealed yet, but it will likely be similar to the changes we’ve seen other games benefit from.
Call of Duty: WWII is slated for a release on November 3 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.