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PS5 Pro Specs Have Leaked, Targeting Holiday 2024 Release

The PS5 Pro is rumored to launch at the end of the year, and now, with leaked specs, it’s gearing up to be a mighty console.

PS5 Pro rumors have been circulating for a while now, and as the PlayStation 5 approaches halfway through its lifespan, curiosities are peaking about what an upgraded console variant could look like. Fortunately, we now know the specs for the long-awaited PS5 Pro, Sony’s answer to a more powerful version of the next-gen gaming system. As the gaming industry aims to improve its technology, Sony seeks to do the same with the PS5 Pro.

What Are The PS5 Pro Specs?

The PS5 Pro looks to be a big step up from the PlayStation 5. Insider Gaming confirmed the full specifications from the official PlayStation portal. Below are the new technical specs being offered with the PS5 Pro:

  • 45% faster Render speed than the original PlayStation 5.
  • Ray Tracing speeds between 2x-4x faster.
  • 33.5 Teraflops
  • PlayStation Spectral Super Resolution Upscaling.
  • 8K Resolution Support is coming in a future update.
  • PS5 Pro learning architecture.
  • Accelerator composed by AI. Allowing for 300 TOPS of 8-bit computation. Additionally, it will have 67 TFLOPS of 16-bit floating point.

These are currently the specs that have been confirmed for the PS5 Pro. The console with additions like 8K Resolution Support and even faster rendering are big wins and will allow for even more cinematic gaming experiences. The addition of an AI Accelerator on the console is also an interesting yet controversial topic that will no doubt spark a lot of conversation and debate.

When Is The PS5 Pro Releasing?

The PS5 Pro will be released during the Holiday 2024 release window, likely in either November or December. The date leak comes from the same Insider Gaming reveal, and Sony is looking to provide players with a big bang for the holidays.

Regarding titles released with the system, they are unknown, and only time will tell what we can expect to see for the new system. However, with the console being more powerful, players can most likely expect many PlayStation 5 titles to perform even better when playing on the PS5 Pro.


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