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PS5 Pro Codenamed “Project Trinity” Set to Launch in 2024

New details regarding Sony’s super-powered PS5 console have appeared online. The details provide a bit more insight into this new hardware now known as Project Trinity. According to sources, the PS5 Pro has been in development since 2022 and will release by the end of 2024.

According to the new report, the PS5 Pro boast a handful of internal improvements which Sony has been working on since its development kicked off. Sony’s aim is to create a more powerful PS5 console by leveraging better hardware and piggybacking off the existing PS5 library.

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The report claims that the PS5 Pro has progressed quite far in development. So much so that Sony is sending out dev kits to studios in November so they can start working on projects as well as updating existing titles to support the console.

The console will use a new custom AMD RDNA 3/4 which reportedly includes improved 4K performance and FSR. There’s also an 8K performance mode on the console which reportedly lets users run certain games at 8K. However, the report claims that the focus for the PS5 Pro is mainly on improved 4K resolutions and 120Hz games. So Sony will make sure that 120Hz titles look better and run smoother.

The console will also leverage improvements to ray tracing thanks to this new SoC. It is reported that the chip includes more RT cores so ray tracing won’t look as basic as it has. Keep in mind that the PS5 (and Xbox Series X/S) are basically entry-level ray tracing GPUs and up to now, RT support has been lacklustre due to the hardware restrictions.

Lastly, the console will also include major improvements to its memory bandwidth. It is reported that the console will feature 30WGP and 18000mts memory. It will also include GDDR6 RAM at 18 Gbps with a total data transfer of 72 GB/s per chip.

Keep in mind that while this is not the first time we have heard about the PS5 Pro, you should take these rumours and reports with a pinch of salt. There’s no doubt Sony is working on a PS5 Pro but don’t get too excited or disappointed until we hear the announcement from the company first.

Source: Key to Gaming

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