Sony disappoints fans by delaying Sony PlayStation 5 Pro

The Sony PlayStation 5 Pro is still in development, so the possibility of rumors spreading is very high. According to the latest rumors, the PS5 Pro will hit the global market next year. According to an Insider Gaming report, Sony is working on redesigning the hardware to deliver a better experience.

Moreover, the hardware version is expected to be released in 2024. The report states that the new PS5 hardware version will support a removable drive. This is the first of its kind, and we can call it the start of something great for Sony’s future game consoles.

Sony PlayStation 5 Pro will support removable drives…

Sony PlayStation 5 Pro will be very different from all its predecessors. But it’s too early to talk about this model, because everything changes at a glance. The report also states that Sony’s main goal is to improve ray tracing performance. In the past, Insider Gaming has always been a reliable source of information.

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So something good can be expected from this report. Let’s assume that Sony does release removable drive support in their upcoming PlayStation 5 Pro. It will be fun as we expect Sony to offer more juicy details about this feature. In addition, more features will appear in Sony consoles.

In the meantime, the company is also working on the hardware side for notable improvements. We can expect current consoles to receive system updates. The latest update fixes an issue with Discord chat. On the other hand, a major update was already available earlier this month.

The update was significant as it allows users to add Discord integration and VRR support for 1440p resolution. There’s a lot more in this update, like the ability to easily transfer data from PS4 to PS55. In short, the Sony PlayStation 5 Pro is going to be very interesting.

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