PlayStation 5 has already become one of the most popular consoles ever released. Many people have not been able to get their hands on this next-generation console due to the insane demand and supply shortage. Sony makes all efforts to provide the people with what they need. There have been some interesting developments in the Sony camp, according to recent reports.
As reported by TechRadar, it seems like Sony isn’t done making PS5s yet. PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 5 Digital edition have been released not too long ago, and it seems there are already plans to make an upgraded version of this next-gen console. From rumors and leaks, it seems that Sony will release a Pro version of the already powerful PS5.
Many people have been following the shipment schedule for the PlayStation 5 and over the last few months they have seen many deliveries of development kits that are speculated to be either prototypes for the PlayStation 5 Pro models or PSVR2 kits, as reported by TweakTown. These deliveries contained the HS Code 981700, which is commonly associated with video game parts. They were made from the UK Headquarters of Sony to the United States. Similar deliveries from Japan and Korea to the United States have also been reported.
There is no 100% confirmation that these are PS5 Pro models, since Sony hasn’t officially announced anything about a Pro model being in development, so people should take this with a grain of salt. But it is certainly exciting news for the people as they don’t even know what to expect from a PS5 Pro version.
It is expected that the PS5 Pro will be released with PC-level specifications, further blurring the lines between the two platforms. Sony will most likely release Slim and Pro versions of the PlayStation 5 as it did with the PlayStation 4.