The PlayStation 6 is slated to be the most powerful console of the generation, and the PS5 Pro has already started to be sent out

Sony intends to make PlayStation 6 the most productive console of its generation and is ready to spend as much time on this as it takes. This became known from a new video channel RedGaming Tech.

The video provides details not only about Sony’s next console, but also about the PlayStation 5 Pro – the anticipated upgrade of the current generation. Although nothing has been announced about it yet, it seems that the console is really getting ready for release, as studios are already receiving devkits. It’s not 100% confirmed yet, as hardware is often canceled, but the development kits that have been sent out hint that Sony will still release an improved PS5, probably later this year.

As for the PlayStation 6, they’ve been working on it for about a year now, but specs like CPU and RAM haven’t been finalized. Sony is now consulting with studios to finalize the console, which will almost certainly be based on AMD technology – that’s the only option the company is considering according to the source. For the PlayStation 5, by the way, various vendors, including NVIDIA, were discussed before settling on AMD.

Sony is reportedly emphasizing ray tracing, especially complex path tracing techniques, machine learning and AI to improve NPC interaction.

With the PS6 release a long way off and the PS5 Pro not even announced, reports should be treated with caution.


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