Marketing deals appear to have prevented EA Games from shouting too loudly about the PlayStation 4 Pro patches for its two flagship games, but Digital Foundry has determined that both FIFA 17 and Battlefield 1 are at their gob-stopping best on Sony's new system. The former soccer sim runs at an uncompromised native 4K resolution, while its World War 1 outing comes with a whole heap of improvements.
Where a handful of other titles have actually seen their framerate drop slightly on the PS4 Pro, both of these games run better than their original PS4 counterparts. Battlefield 1 doesn't hit native 4K, opting for dynamic resolution up to 1656p – a massive improvement over the 1000p employed on Sony's bog-standard box. More to the point, as mentioned, it hugs the all-important 60 frames-per-second line with much more regularity on PS4 Pro.
Great improvements, then – even if EA Games is contractually bound to hide them from you. You can read Digital Foundry's full report for all of the nitty-gritty through here.