PS5 Pro launch in 2023 confirmed by Sony + 37 million PS5 sales

PS5 Pro launch in 2023 confirmed by Sony + 37 million PS5 sales

Sony console PlayStation 5 It celebrated its second anniversary last month, but already there’s a feeling that despite the decent success of this generation of Sony consoles, the newer series is set to arrive sooner than before, however the Japanese company has just released a new version of the console. It has confirmed the PlayStation 5 console called PS5 Pro.

Due to the spread of Corona, the initial sales of PS5 faced problems, but in recent months, with the proper supply of these products, PlayStation 5 has experienced good sales. However, this did not prevent the spread of rumors about PS6, and in the past unofficial news, some had announced the possible release of PlayStation 6 in 2027 to 2028.

But before the release of PS6, Sony’s work with PlayStation 5 is not over and this company plans to release PS5 Pro and this company has just officially confirmed this news. Before the launch of PlayStation 5, we saw several teasers and promises about playing games with 8K resolution and 120 frames per second, however, the current PlayStation 5, despite the proper quality improvement compared to the previous generation, has maximum performance for playing games. It is in 4K resolution and 60 frame rate.

Launch of PlayStation PS5 Pro

For the new year, Sony has decided to release a new version of this console, which is likely to provide at least a 20-30% performance improvement. According to the report and statements of the senior vice president of Sony, Hideaki Nishino, the PlayStation 5 Pro is scheduled to be released in 2023, and the release of this new console is likely to begin in April 2023.

This Sony manager also stated that by the end of 2022, PS5 sales are going to exceed 37 million copies. In this regard, rumors have also been published about the hardware of PS5 Pro, which indicates that it has a 3.5GHz octa-core AMD Zen 2 processor and a RDNA 2 GPU with a power of 10.3 teraflops. According to rumors, this new console is also supposed to support 16 GB of GDDR6 RAM and an NVMe M.2 SSD slot.

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