The PS5 Pro is in development and is expected to be released by the end of 2024, according to a recent leak from well-known friend Tom Henderson. pushsquare and gamers weighed in on whether 2024 is too soon for the PS5 Pro, what else the PS5 Pro can do, and how we really need the PS5 Pro.
If the PS5 Pro is true, it will be released in late 2024, which would be the fourth anniversary of the PS5's release.As a new era of game consoles, many players may be feeling this generation of consoles just started not long how the new model out?
After all, stocks of PS5s were so low during the pandemic that there won't be enough to meet consumer and gamer demand until 2023.
Starting in 2023, SONY is getting more aggressive in its push for the PS5, with the worldwide publicity and launch of the PSVR2 signaling SONY's marketing focus for the New Year.
Some gamers could argue that SONY is taking advantage of the current surge in PS5 sales to launch the Pro, which could boost profits even further and prompt early PS5 owners to upgrade.
But unlike the previous PS4 Pro, which came out three years after the PS4's launch but at a time when 4K TVS were on the rise, the Pro model was a necessary step because the standard PS4 couldn't run games at a higher resolution, leaving little choice for a new model.
There's no such demand for the PS5 right now, though, and while better performance is undeniably desirable, there's no such thing as an upgrade.
More gamers think the PS5 Pro should be released in 2025
Given that most current PS5 games must sacrifice game performance to use a dedicated ray-tracking graphics mode, the PS5 Pro can tout vastly improved light tracking as a key selling point.