PS5 Pro: What to expect from next PlayStation 5?

PS5 Pro: What can we anticipate from a PS5 Pro? Sony pioneered the trend of mid-gen console upgrades with the PS4 Pro in 2016 — a more powerful machine capable of 4K graphics and greater frame rates. Microsoft’s Xbox One X came a year later. Like the PS4 Pro, the Xbox One X outperformed the predecessor in nearly every way.

Nintendo has always improved hardware throughout a console generation, although the company usually refines an existing design. The Nintendo DSi, New Nintendo 3DS, and Nintendo Switch OLED all improve on original hardware without changing specifications.

Price And Release Date of PS5 Pro

Based on Sony’s PS4 Pro, we can anticipate when and how much this console will cost.

Three years after the original PS4, the PS4 Pro arrived in 2016. The PS5 premiered in November 2020, hence a PS5 Pro might be out in 2023. Covid-19 and component shortages might delay PS5 Pro until 2024 or beyond.

PS4 Pro cost $399 / £349, the same as the regular PS4. Sony has raised the price of the PS5 to £479.99/€549.99/AU$799.95, citing worldwide inflation. If Sony adopts the same approach as with PS4 Pro, PS5 Pro might be priced similarly.

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PS5 Pro: Design

Unless Sony makes dramatic advancements, a PS5 Pro might approach or surpass the size of a PS5. PS4 Pro was larger than the regular PlayStation 4.

Those who desire a smaller machine may get a PS5 Slim around the same time. We anticipate that, like the PlayStation 4 Pro, Sony’s design will expand on the console’s futuristic aesthetic, but might contain extra embellishments.

Specs of PS5 Pro

Here, predictions get difficult. The PS5 can already handle 4K gameplay at 120Hz, ray tracing, and gorgeous images. A PS5 Pro might help developers attain greater resolutions and frame rates, but it’s unlikely to be as significant as 1080p to 4K.

With the PS5 currently unable to produce games in 8K, despite being stated on its retail box, maybe the console will target the next-gen resolution standard. The Touryst runs in 8K/60fps on PS5, but only in 4K.

In three years, 8K panels may be more inexpensive and accessible to non-enthusiasts. Sony also makes TVs, and the corporation may utilise the console to sell its 8K sets, similar to how the PS3 helped Blu-Ray win the disc format battle.

The console might have an AMD Zen 4 CPU and RDNA-3 GPU, however Microsoft and Sony improved their Xbox One and PS4 CPUs. With the PS5 Pro, we anticipate greater GPU investment than CPU.

What more may the PS5 Pro have to offer?

We’d anticipate the PS5 Pro to feature a bigger SSD than the original, given 825GB wasn’t a lot and some games have enormous file sizes. A 1TB version would add value, and we anticipate the possibility to instal an SSD to stay.

PS5 Pro Digital Edition? Sony to offer disc-less version? Perhaps. The PS5 Digital Edition is a cheaper option for individuals who don’t need the console, but offering two versions of the console would be frivolous.

Do we really need a PS5 Pro?

In two or three years, developers may face greater challenges owing to the PS5’s ageing hardware, resulting in decreased frame rates or resolutions. A PS5 Pro might reinvigorate older games if they’re upgraded as on PS4 Pro, and the extra power should help newer games too.

Should I get a PS5 now or wait for the PS5 Pro?

Technology always offers better deals if you wait. PS5 is a superb platform with amazing games currently available. Yes, a PlayStation 5 Pro will provide a better overall experience, but how much fun will you miss?

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Phil has been an avid gamer ever since he was a kid, and he now spends most of his free time reviewing and testing video games and other forms of consumer technology. When he's not out and about in Los Santos, that is.

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