Get ready Gamers! Sony Will Launch PlayStation 5 Pro and Slim, Jakarta – Sony will reportedly bring a PS5 with a higher specification called the PlayStation 5 Pro and a slimmer model with the Slim badge. It is claimed, the performance of this game console is much better than the standard model.

Rumors of the appearance of the PS5 Pro were first revealed by the YouTube channel RedGamingTech. The channel says that Sony is developing the PlayStation 5 Pro which is planned to be released in late 2023 or early 2024.

Furthermore, the channel explains that the performance of the PlayStation 5 Pro will increase by about 2 times that of the standard PS5. Meanwhile, performance ray tracing can be increased by 2.5 times.

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Then the PS5 Pro will also support Virtual Reality (VR) headsets, so that the gaming experience is enhanced.

This performance increase occurs because the PS5 Pro will be powered by an AMD processor with a 5nm manufacturing process or a 4nm manufacturing process. Apart from the Pro model, Sony is also working on a slimmer PlayStation 5 Slim.

Sony has not confirmed the news regarding the release of the PlayStation 5 Pro. However, if the Japanese technology company wants to bring it to the global market in 2023, the presence of this latest console game has a timeline similar to the PlayStation 4.

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This means that there is a 3 year difference between the standard version of the PlayStation and the Pro version. On the other hand, the presence of the Pro model is quite surprising because not many gamers have PS5s and device sales have not been maximized because last year production was reduced due to the chip crisis.

It is feared that sales of the Pro version will not be satisfactory, especially in the midst of the world economy which is still not recovering due to Covid-19.

For now, we can only wait for official information from Sony about the new device, from specifications to when it will hit the market. So, for those of you fans of Sony PlayStation games, please be patient! (NM/MF)