Several experts point out that it is not a good idea to buy the PS5 from its first day on the market, because Sony will improve the console according to the response of the gamer community.
This is nothing new, because the same thing happened with the PS4 and PS4 Pro.
Now, the new PlayStation console would go through the same line of development.
Sony Interactive Entertainment filed a patent in the United States described as a “scalable game console” with a unique hardware architecture.
Market analysts already dare to say that Sony is working on a PS5 Pro even before the launch of the standard PS5.
The patent of the project describes a scalable game console with “multi-GPU” hardware , which would be responsible for executing individual tasks.
two chips operate better than a single more powerful one.
The goal of Sony’s scalable game console is to offer consoles with a relatively similar architecture, but without offering a noticeable performance change.
Rumors suggest, then, that the PS5 coming out in late 2020 is the base model.
The PS5 Pro would come to use hardware similar to the base PS5 but with two GPU hubs working side by side.
In this way, Sony would not have to spend on a new chip, just improve the architecture of the base model.
PS5 And 8K Televisions
Thinking of buying the PS5 ? There are technical aspects that you must take into account to visualize the full graphic potential on your television.
If you do not have plans to spend several hundred dollars for the range of televisions that Sony announced as “Ready for PS5”, we recommend you know a little of the demands that the new PlayStation will make of the TV panel.
The most basic thing you need to install the PS5 on your TV is an HDMI 2.0 input port.
Through this connection, the console will be able to broadcast the audio and video of the system. HDMI 2.0 is the standard version, so it comes on almost every TV that supports 4K.
As the PS5 will offer video games in 8K resolution, the HDMI 2.1 port, the latest version of HDMI 2.0, will be required on the TV panel.
This new port is available on all televisions that promise 8K resolution. Of course, do not worry about making the investment, because HDMI 2.1 is compatible with its predecessor.