Not even the fact that the PS5 is barely a year old could stop people from wondering when a PS5 Pro could release, and what date to expect it.
And you can't blame us. If we take a look back at Sony's PS4 Pro which followed after the PS4 Slim, they've had a knack for constantly iterating and upgrading their consoles.
Even without any comment or confirmation from Sony themselves on the rumoured console, we're cautiously optimistic that we'll see a PS5 Pro in the future...but how long do we have to wait?
Here's what we know so far.
When is the PS5 Pro Releasing?
Now let's state this early on. While we think it may be likely that we'll see a PS5 Pro, it is worth taking any announcements with a big pinch of salt until you hear something official.
As of late news is fairly thin on the ground and rumours are therefore rife around the console. Recently, it appears that the latest nugget of information has come at the hands of a job listing, which could suggest that the PS5 Pro could be on the way...
There have also been some reports that appear to indicate that the PS5 Pro could release around 2023 or late 2024.
The PS4 Pro was released 3 years after the standard model, which would align with the prediction, but how likely is this to be the case?
Well according to other reports, factors such as pandemic delays and risk of devaluing the base PS5 should be considered when thinking about just how viable a PS5 Pro release would be in such a relatively short time.
At this stage, it may be too early to tell, but we'll be on hand to share everything we hear surrounding the PS5 Pro release date as soon as we hear it.
When Could We Hear An Announcement?
As with many of the massive announcements, Sony events are typically the best place to be.
While we wouldn't recommend pinning your hopes on any event this year, it's worth keeping them on your radar for anything PS5 Pro related.
At this time, Sony's next event hasn't received a date, but we'll update you when we hear more.
How Much Would The PS5 Pro Cost?
Well, according to Moore’s Law Is Dead, we could be looking at between $600-700, but we'd strongly suggest taking this with a pinch of salt, as it is by no means confirmed.
Time will certainly tell. Check back in with us again for all the latest.
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