Sony Reportedly Working on a PS5 Pro

Rumors are swirling that Sony is currently developing a PS5 Pro, according to a new report.

As reported by RedGamingTech on YouTube and highlighted by GAMINGbible, it appears that Sony is planning to release an upgraded version of the PS5 sometime in 2024. This new model would arrive four years after the original PS5, which launched at the end of 2020.

The rumored PS5 Pro is expected to offer enhanced performance, improved ray-tracing capabilities, and increased storage space. Additionally, it is anticipated to provide better support for PSVR.

For those thinking “Isn’t it too soon?”—consider this: Sony released the PS4 Pro in 2016, just three years after the original PS4 hit the market. This suggests a similar timeline for the PS5 Pro is plausible.

The PS4’s CPU was significantly underpowered for the demands of later games, necessitating a more powerful system to handle the increased workload. Anyone who has tried playing Horizon Forbidden West on a base PS4 knows how challenging it can be.

However, the PS5 is considerably more capable compared to the PS4’s hardware at launch, managing to run most modern games at 4K and 60fps. This raises questions about whether a PS5 Pro is necessary at this point.

Only time will tell what Sony has in store. Would you be interested in a PS5 Pro? Share your thoughts with us.

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