PlayStation 5 Pro will be three times more powerful than the base console

The PlayStation 5 Pro's much-discussed graphics processor will be at least three times more powerful than the original PS5. Last weekend, the console's full specifications were uploaded to Sony's developer portal. both of them Indoor games like Moore's Law is dead We were shown screenshots and told that the Pro Controller offers a significant upgrade.

The PlayStation 5 Pro is said to have around 33.5 teraflops of graphics processing power. For comparison, for the original PS5, it's only 10.28 teraflops. Therefore, the PS5 Pro has a 45% higher display performance than the PS5. The Pro Controller also offers ray tracing options that are three times – and sometimes up to four times – better than those found on the PS5. Finally, the controller uses PlayStation Spectral Supersolution (PSSR). Solve the machine learning problem to measure image quality.


Nice details: First-party studios will have access to development kits for the PlayStation 5 Pro since September 2023. Third-party studios, on the other hand, had to wait until January 2024. Test kits corresponding to the console itself will be distributed from spring 2024.

The PlayStation 5 Pro is expected to be released at the end of 2024. However, the release date could still be postponed as Sony does not plan to release “major parts of PlayStation's best franchises” this year.

Let's sum it all up. So the PS5 Pro offers the following:

  • Delivering up to 45% faster than PS5
  • Ray tracing is 2 to 3 times faster
  • 33.5 teraflops
  • PlayStation Spectral Super resolution (for upscaling images)
  • Support resolutions up to 8K
  • Architecture with machine learning systems
  • Artificial Intelligence Accelerator
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