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Io-Interactive has outlined how it will be improving Hitman for PlayStation 4 Pro.

On the new console “the overall resolution has been increased, aliasing reduced, reflective surfaces improved and we get more detailed lighting effects, all without compromising the frame rate or the overall gaming experience.” Also, the UI is rendered at native 4K and the extra memory of the PS4 Pro has been used to stream in higher quality textures.

Players using a 1080p display can enjoy “higher quality shading and less flickering highlights.”

“With Hitman we made a live game which is constantly improving and the PS4 Pro aligns perfectly with that vision of constant improvement, we’re proud to support it,” Hannes Seifert, Studio Head at Io-Interactive, said.

PlayStation 4 Pro launches November 10th.

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Hitman’s PlayStation 4 Pro improvements detailed

Hitman will be getting a few improvements when PlayStation 4 Pro launches later this month.

By Matthew Bennett | 11/3/2016 06:49 AM PT

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Io-Interactive has outlined how it will be improving Hitman for PlayStation 4 Pro.

On the new console “the overall resolution has been increased, aliasing reduced, reflective surfaces improved and we get more detailed lighting effects, all without compromising the frame rate or the overall gaming experience.” Also, the UI is rendered at native 4K and the extra memory of the PS4 Pro has been used to stream in higher quality textures.

Players using a 1080p display can enjoy “higher quality shading and less flickering highlights.”

“With Hitman we made a live game which is constantly improving and the PS4 Pro aligns perfectly with that vision of constant improvement, we’re proud to support it,” Hannes Seifert, Studio Head at Io-Interactive, said.

PlayStation 4 Pro launches November 10th.

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt has only been covering the gaming world for a short while, but he’s eager to make his mark. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89