Recently, multiple sources said that American Mark Cerny, the lead architect of the PSV/PS4/PS5 console, has taken the lead on SONY's PS6 console project.
However, according to official SONY documents, the PS6 will not be released before 2028.
It's clear that SONY won't be resting on its laurels in the interim and will be updating the PS5.
Source and host RedGamingTech shared that the PlayStation 5 Pro will be scrapped in favor of a personalized PS5 console, either called PS5 Gen2 or PS5 v2.
As previously revealed, the PS5 v2 is the external USB drive style, the main hardware will not change.
In addition, SONY has become AMD's largest customer, and the two parties intend to continue to strengthen the cooperation, some of the PS5 Pro hardware changes in the PS6 project will be verified and implemented. In other words, both PS5 v2 and PS6 will still be using AMD's CPU/GPU hardware platform, with no intention of switching to NVIDIA.