Sony’s upgraded PS5 Pro release date and specifications revealed

Sony is all set to enhance the gaming experience of the gamers out there with its upgraded PS5 Pro. According to the new reports, the majority of the gaming studios might receive the development kits of this latest console by November 2023. The exact specifications of this console are yet not confirmed but now the fresh reports have revealed details about the release date and some of its features.

As per the reports, the upgraded PS5 Pro is aiming for a November 2024 release and is codenamed “Project Trinity.” The codename tradition of Sony has continued with this upcoming console as previously PS4 Pro had the codename “Project Neo” and PSVR’s “ Project Morpheous.”

PS5 Pro: Enhancements & Upgrades

It is said that the demo events of this upcoming console have already started while the console is supposed to have improved frames per second (FPS) at 4K resolution as well as a new performance mode for 8K resolution. There is also going to be a focus on accelerated ray tracing and the console will have 30WGP and 1800MTS memory.

Though from the name of this upcoming console- PS5 Pro it is already assumed that it will going to be a more powerful version of the PS5. Let’s see how the gamers will be responding to a performance mode at 8K resolution which is a totally new and impressive feature for a gaming console.

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