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PlayStation 5 Pro Rumored for Holiday 2024


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Industry insider Tom Henderson has disclosed the potential release of Sony's much-awaited PlayStation 5 Pro during the holiday season in 2024. 

 

This revelation brings excitement to gamers who have been eagerly looking forward to the enhanced version of the well-received console.

 

Alongside the leaked PlayStation 5 Pro release date, Henderson also unveiled Sony's plans for additional upcoming devices. These include a portable PS5 variant slated for launch prior to the PS5 Pro, and a PS5 model featuring a detachable drive, to be unveiled between the other two devices. It is crucial to emphasize that the authenticity of this information has yet to be verified by Sony.

PlayStation 5 Pro Rumored for Holiday 2024 Introduction (guru3d.com)

 

I hope this is not true. There are no games that feel like "next gen" games for these new consoles yet. It would seem crazy to release pro tier versions of these consoles now. It made sense last gen to help with the transition to 4K, but nothing like that is happening now. 

I'd be pissed if I bought a PS5 and then they released a pro version of it before they built up a library of at least 10 or so games that actually feel like they belong on PS5. Right now, I can't think of even 1 game that falls into that category. 

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I haven't bought a console since the PS3. :lachen:

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I'm not really sure who is in the market for such a console. They're probably prototyping a custom RDNA 4 chip that can deliver X% more performance at the total system power package of ~200w. Will it actually release? Seems unlikely in 2024 considering the context of this generation.

 

18 hours ago, UltraMega said:

PlayStation 5 Pro Rumored for Holiday 2024 Introduction (guru3d.com)

 

I hope this is not true. There are no games that feel like "next gen" games for these new consoles yet. It would seem crazy to release pro tier versions of these consoles now. It made sense last gen to help with the transition to 4K, but nothing like that is happening now. 

I'd be pissed if I bought a PS5 and then they released a pro version of it before they built up a library of at least 10 or so games that actually feel like they belong on PS5. Right now, I can't think of even 1 game that falls into that category. 

 

That's basically it. This generation has had an extended cross-over period with last gen. Heck, big releases are still rolling out on last gen. RE4, Harry Potter, Callisto, God of War etc. Most games that will push the hardware, exclusively on this gen, are slated for later this year, next year, or simply don't have a release date. Examples: Starfield, Wolverine, Dragon Age, Perfect Dark, etc. 

 

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I'm not against consoles. They just don't fit what or how I game. I play a lot of indie PC stuff. I don't play a ton of AAA. 

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