SONY seems to be planning an upgrade to the PLAYSTATION 5 console, even though IT's still out of stock.
TweakTown found some intriguing import records showing that SONY shipped thousands of development kits to the US, labeled "Video Game console (prototype)", from the UK to Norfolk, Virginia in November last year. The shipment was packed in four CTNS (cardboard boxes) and weighed 694 kg.
Where the cargo starts and ends is a bit of a mystery, as SONY PS consoles are generally made in China. Why Norfolk, Virginia, in this part of America, there is nothing SONY except a few SONY service centers.
What exactly are these goods? It could be a prototype PS5 Pro with upgraded hardware, an early PlayStation 5 model, or a prototype PSVR 2, but that's all speculation at this point.
IT Home has learned that in November 2016, SONY released the PS4 Pro, a souped-up version of the PS4, three years after its launch. If history repeats itself, the PS5 Pro will probably be released next year.