Many PlayStation 4 games perform better thanks to the hardware power of the ninth generation console, but some of these titles deserve the next generation update.
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment Developer: From Software
It is safe to say that the Bloodborne exclusive title has been one of the top PlayStation 4 exclusive titles and deserves to be updated to the next generation. There are even rumors that the title will be remastered or even remade, but it seems that raising the frame rate to 60 frames will be enough for fans of this title. This title suffers from certain technical problems at the time of its release, and the elimination of these problems by updating the next generation is the request of all audiences of this game.
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment / Developer: Sumo Digital
With the release of Sackboy: A Big Adventure, it may not be necessary to port Little Big Planet 3 to PlayStation 5. But the re-experience of this game with improved frame rate and resolution will not be without merit. Even by the current standards of the gaming industry, Little Big Planet 3 has quality content.
Publisher: Ubisoft / Developer: Ubisoft
Assassin’s Creed Origins, by constantly changing the style and context of the series, was able to put it on the tongues once again and satisfy the critics. Of course, there were criticisms about this version in terms of technical graphics and gameplay, but its strengths should not be overlooked in the best way, as portrayed in Egypt. The frame rate of Assassin’s Creed Origins is currently at 30 locks, but fortunately with the release of the ninth generation upgrade of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, we can hope to upgrade the next generation of this game as well.
Publisher: SEGA / Developer: The Creative Assembly
Alien Isolation can be boldly considered one of the most popular horror and survival titles. The title surprises the audience in the best possible way with its exemplary artificial intelligence and instills a sense of fear in them. Like the other titles on this list, the experience of this version with a higher frame rate and resolution will lead to a much better experience.
Publisher: Warner Bros. / Developer: Techland
Dying Light game is one of the quality titles among zombie-based games. Improving the frame rate of this game can be a good excuse to re-experience it on the PlayStation 5 console. The gameplay of this title is still fun and high quality after several years. With Parkour you can navigate the environment of this title and eliminate your enemies with different weapons, the experience of full combat and fast parkour of this title with improved frame rate and higher resolution will be much more enjoyable.
Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment / Developer: Pixelopus
Despite its high quality, the Concrete Genie virtual reality game is one of the lesser-seen titles of the eighth generation. Perhaps improving the technical situation by upgrading the next generation of this game is a chance to play again. High resolution will be fun.
Publisher: Activision / Developer: Toys for Bob
The Spyro series of games is one of those classic and lovable titles that fortunately has been remade for the current consoles. The remake of Spyro: Reignited should not be overlooked. Upgrading the ninth generation of the game and improving its frame rate is one of the things we expect Sony to do.
Publisher: Bethesda Softworks / Developer: Bethesda Game Studios
Fall out 4 was one of the candidates for the best game of the year at the time of its release. It is still considered one of the best experiences in the role-playing genre. The title takes advantage of the 60 frame rate on next-generation consoles, but we expect Bethesda to add unlimited frame rate capability with the release of the next-generation upgrade, making the gaming experience more enjoyable than ever.
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment / Developer: Evolution Studios
Drive Club is one of the top titles in the PlayStation 4 console racing game, but unfortunately it was removed from the Playstation Store in 2019 and the servers of the online part of the game became unavailable in 2020. Drive Club deserves to be upgraded to the next generation and improve the frame rate, but given the conditions of this game, the release of this technical upgrade seems far-fetched.
Publisher: Square Enix / Developer: Square Enix
In the remaster of Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age, we saw a lot of improvements in terms of technical and visual graphics and gameplay elements, but unfortunately at the frame rate of this title is locked at 30 frames. Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age does not require a frame rate above 30 based on its gameplay speed, but improving this will not be without merit with the next generation upgrade.
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment / Developer: Naughty Dog
Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection runs at 60 frames per second on the PlayStation 5 console, but its resolution is still 1080p. The first two versions of the Uncharted series are obsolete due to the current state of the computer game industry and need to be rebuilt, but improving the frame rate of this title along with upgrading the resolution can improve the audience experience of this game.
Publisher: Warner Bros. / Developer: Monolith Productions
The 60-frame action game experience is always better, although the style and context of Shadow of War differs from titles like Devil May Cry, the 60-frame rate enhances the title experience. The title received a lot of negative reviews about in-app payments when it was released, but these payments were quickly removed from the game, but the gameplay of this title is well designed and can entertain its audience for hours. Has given depth.
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment / Developer: Supermassive Games
Until Dawn was another title that, despite its quality in content, fell victim to criticisms of its technical performance. Until Dawn may offer a fun experience with friends, but low resolution and unstable frame rates damage that experience. Upgrading and improving both of these can put Until Dawn back in the spotlight for cinematic and story-driven titles.
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