We've played PlayStation VR exclusive Farpoint on a standard PlayStation 4 console and it looks freakin' good – but it'll look even better on the PlayStation 4 Pro. As announced at Sony's PlayStation Meeting press conference last week, the first-person shooter will boast a "doubled pixel count" compared to the standard version when running on the new hardware, resulting in much cleaner scenes.

It's important to remember that Sony requires all PlayStation VR games to run at a minimum 60 frames-per-second even on existing hardware, so you're going to get a good virtual reality experience whichever version of the hardware you own. A reduction in the aliasing department will be welcome, however, as jaggies are much more noticeable when you've got a screen strapped to your face.

[source bit.ly]