According to information Tom Henderson of Insider Gaming leaked, the PS5 Pro will be released in 2024. Tom Henderson is a leaker who has been accurate about much PlayStation information. He revealed precise information about the DualSense Edge controller.
For his part, Henderson claims that developer kits will begin shipping in November of this year. But that’s not all the information leaked by Henderson. He has also revealed the technical specifications of the new PS5 Pro. According to Henderson’s information, the launch of the PS5 Pro would be a breakthrough in adopting continuous 60 fps in 4K resolution.
PS5 Pro Specifications
It is important to emphasize that all information is about leaks. At the moment, Sony has not made an official announcement. However, reports claim the PS5 Pro will have a 30 WGP (workgroup processor) and 18,000 MT/s of memory.
Conversely, Henderson claims the new system will strive for more consistent framerates at 4K resolution. In addition, it will feature an amazing “performance mode” for 8K resolution.
Undoubtedly, this leak has got many PlayStation users thinking, as few people currently own a screen with that resolution. According to the details revealed, the PS5 Pro could be aimed at a fairly limited market.
Launch of the PS 5 Pro
Rumors claim that the PS5 Pro has been in the works since 2022, which helps to explain the plethora of rumors that have surfaced. On the other hand, as we mentioned earlier, game developers are expected to have devkits in their possession by November 2023. So, the PS5 Pro could be on sale in November 2024. However, Sony has yet to gauge whether the market wants such a console.
Considering its specs, the PS5 Pro could be priced much higher than the PS5. However, the exact price is hard to predict.
On the other hand, Henderson has also reported that Sony is already preparing for PS5 Pro demos. Henderson has reported that the project’s codename is “Project Trinity,” so it can be part of the Matrix-inspired names. Recall that the PS4 Pro project was called “Neo,” and the PlayStation VR project was called “Morpheus.”
Undoubtedly, many people will hope these rumors are true and that Sony will launch a new console much more powerful than the PS5. On the other hand, it is still difficult to predict whether 8K titles will be the standard for video games or will become a luxury. We can only wait to see if Sony confirms the information about the PS5 Pro.