The PS5 Pro has become a hot topic in recent days, after Sony’s marketing team announced that it would be rolling out a new console in 2016 that would support 1080p resolution, the next generation of Ultra HD displays, and an “Ultra HD” display for gamers who want to look more like a TV.
Now, the company is reportedly rolling out an update for the PS5 that adds support for “higher-resolution” displays, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it will be a major upgrade.
While we still don’t know exactly what the PS6 Pro will be capable of, we do know that Sony is planning on launching a “pro” model of the PS4 Pro in the near future.
This would mean that the PSX Pro, PSX-branded gaming console, and the PS Vita Pro will all be available at retail, with the PS3 Pro (and the PS2 Pro) likely also available at some point.
The PS4, however, will likely be the only model of console that will not be able to run the PS8 Pro (a new version of the console), and the only way for a PS4 to be considered “pro-ready” is if it is upgraded to support the next-generation graphics APIs, which are still in development.
We have no idea how the PS X Pro will look like, but we do have some information about how the console will perform compared to its predecessor.
If you want to try out the PS 5 Pro in action, check out our hands-on preview below.