When Will The PlayStation 5 Pro Come Out?

The release of the PlayStation 5 Pro was anticipated to take place at some point in 2018. This would be in keeping with the three-year gap we witnessed between the debut of the PS4 (November 2013) and the introduction of the PS4 Pro (November 2016), but other recent speculations have cast doubt on the concept that we're only a few months away from the arrival of the speculated console.

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When Will The PlayStation 5 Pro Come Out?

The release of the PlayStation 5 Pro was anticipated to take place at some point in 2018. This would be in keeping with the three-year gap we witnessed between the debut of the PS4 (November 2013) and the introduction of the PS4 Pro (November 2016), but other recent speculations have cast doubt on the concept that we're only a few months away from the arrival of the speculated console.

Tom Henderson of Insider Gaming has repeatedly suggested that the PS5 Pro will be released in November 2024 as part of Sony's ambitious upcoming hardware lineup. This lineup will also include a revised standard PS5 model (with a detachable disc drive), as well as a new handheld device that will be centered around the console's Remote Play feature.

The assumption made by Henderson that we won't be able to get our hands on the PS5 Pro until the following year has been supported by further sources that indicate a release date in 2024 is the most likely scenario. In addition, a second source of leaks asserts that the PlayStation 5 Pro and the Nintendo Switch 2 will have the same release window. Because Nintendo has stated that it would not release any new hardware in 2023, this would indicate that the debut of the PS5 Pro will not take place within the next seven or so months.

PlayStation 5 Pro

PlayStation 5 Pro release date

At Sony's most recent PlayStation Showcase event, which took place in May of this year, there was absolutely no mention of the PS5 Pro whatsoever. This would point to the fact that official news on the supposed console is not imminent at all, as this would clearly suggest. But on the bright side, the showcase featured an outstanding display of some PS5 games that look absolutely great.

There is very little information available that can even provide us with an estimate of how much money we will need to put aside in advance in order to cover the costs. At the time of its launch in 2016, the PlayStation 4 Pro was sold for the same price—$399—that the original PlayStation 4 had been sold for three years earlier. Naturally, by the third year of the lifecycle of the PlayStation 4, the console has already been discounted, which is something that has not happened with the PlayStation 5.

In the event that the PS5 Pro followed the pattern set by the previous generation, its initial price would be $499. Be that as it may, you shouldn't be surprised if the PS5 Pro is marketed at a price that is considerably higher, possibly even $599. Since Sony has demonstrated that it is not hesitant to charge a premium price for new hardware with the PSVR 2 (which launched at a price of $549), you should probably start saving those pennies as soon as possible since the PS5 Pro might be an extremely pricey console.

When discussing the technical specifications of the PS5 Pro, there are two terms that are frequently mentioned: 8K and ray tracing. We anticipate that these will be the two areas that Sony will focus on in an effort to address with any form of improved PS5 hardware.

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