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The PS4 Pro is set to launch in just two months. From the looks of it, the company’s production scheduled may be going smoothly, if a new report is to be believed.

According to DigiTimes, Foxconn Electronics and Pegatron have already started with the production of the PS4 Pro.

The report stated that while Foxconn Electronics and Pegatron are responsible for producing the PS4 Pro, it appears that Pegatron will be shouldering more units for the PS4 Pro. The split seems to be 70 percent to 30 percent, with Pegatron obviously handling a big bulk of production.

This seems like a good plan, especially when one considers the fact that Foxconn will also be handling the production for the Nintendo NX. With the Nintendo NX also expected to debut soon enough, it is possible that production for the PS4 Pro is already being pushed forward now.

One of the games that will see support on the PS4 Pro is “Paragon.” Over at the official Unreal Engine website, the developer showcased a PS4 Pro reveal video, seen below, where the team detailed how to increase the graphical fidelity for the upgraded PS4.

“Supporting PS4 Pro for enhanced 1080 is as easy as enabling the support in the Sony publishing tools,” said Epic’s Marcus Wassmer. “Unreal Engine 4.13 is already fully capable of taking advantage from that perspective. Doing this will give you an immediate large performance boost on a title running PS4 Pro.

For this particular title, the developer has added dynamic lighting, enhanced geometry and scene complexity. Additionally, it also made use of volumetric effects and view distance to ensure that it runs the high specs promised by the PS4 Pro.

“Paragon” is not the only game showcased on the PS4 Pro. The upcoming major game “Call of Duty Infinite Warfare” will also be seeing support for the PS4 Pro. And from a technical analysis via Eurogamer’s Digital Foundry, it seems that the true advantage fo the PS4 Pro can be seen via the use of 4K screens.

As per the report, outside of 4K screens, enhancements are mostly minimal at best. There are also still some drops seen in frame rate even with a 4K mode view, and these drops appear to be more noticeable in the PS4 Pro compared to the PS4.

Still, visually, the PS4 Pro may deliver something great for “Call of Duty Infinite Warfare” players, thought the benefits will be seen mostly with a 4K experience.

"Paragon" on the PS4 Pro (Credit: YouTube/Paragons)