- A new report claims that PS5 Pro is expected to launch later this year.
- PS5 Pro is said to feature liquid cooling and a new chip from AMD.
- Sony has not confirmed any reports about PS5 Pro yet.
Sony is already rumoured to be working on a PS5 Pro model for quite some time. Now, there’s a new report from PhonAndroid that reveals the PS5 Pro launch window and some details about its cooling tech. It has been just over 2 years since Sony had launched the standard PS5 and PS5 Digital Edition. The company has so far made several internal changes to the console to make it more power efficient and deliver better thermal performance.
PhonAndroid claims that it has received information about the PS5 Pro from a reliable source. PS5 Pro is expected to launch in April 2023 and it may feature a new chip from AMD. Besides these, the Pro model may also come with a liquid cooling system, which is generally found on high-end gaming PCs. Liquid cooling can enhance the thermal performance of the console even further. That being said, Sony will have to significantly change the design of PS5 to add liquid cooling. But there haven’t been any reports regarding the PS5 Pro design yet. Since the PS5 Pro will be a more advanced version of the current PS5, it will also cost higher than the standard PS5 console.
Sony has not confirmed any reports about the PS5 Pro yet, so this information needs to be taken with a grain of salt. According to reports, PS5 Pro is expected to offer up to 120 FPS gameplay at 2160p resolution as well as play games in 8K. The console is also said to be powered by a new RDNA graphics chip based on Zen 3 architecture. This chip is expected to be equivalent to AMD Radeon RX 7700 XT GPU in terms of performance. Besides these, PS5 Pro may feature advanced ray-tracing, reconstruction techniques, and rendering techniques.