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Confusion over the next PlayStation. PS5 Pro with water cooling doesn’t make much sense – Latest News

We have been reading unconfirmed reports on the Internet for a long time that Sony is preparing a new model of its current console for this year. But it’s not about PlayStation 5 Probut about an almost identical console with a detachable mechanism, which is not supposed to have any major hardware changes.

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The report of the French server Phonandroid.com is all the more surprising. He mentions the PS5 Pro with increased performance and replacing the old cooling system (fan and liquid metal) with water cooling. Because of this, Sony could resort to redesigning the console.

The same source has yet to claim that the release of the PS5 Pro could be just a few months away. The new model could reportedly reach players by the end of March this year. This seems unlikely given the launch PlayStation VR2 and DualSense Edge.

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PS5 IS NOT FULLY USED AND MASSIVELY EXPANDED

Insider Tom Henderson, who reported several times about the PS5 with a detachable mechanism, statedthat heard more about the PS6 than the PS5 Pro. According to his hypothesis, a more powerful version of the PlayStation 5 may not make sense considering that the current version is not fully utilized and not widely distributed.

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Henderson expects the second generation of the regular PS5 (not Pro, not Slim). This is supported by his earlier information about stopping production of the current PS5 models by the end of this year and starting production of the new model in April 2023 and starting sales in September 2023.

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This the new model with a detachable mechanism is intended to reduce production and transportation costsas only one console will be produced, while two models are being produced today (PS5 with Blu-ray drive and PS5 Digital Edition).

“Sony wouldn’t have stopped production of the first gen PS5 if they had different consoles in production for different price points/specs,” added Henderson, who has proven many times that he often has the right behind-the-scenes information.

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The PS4 Pro was released in 2016, just three years after the base model of the console was launched. If Sony were to stick to this strategy, we would expect the PS5 Pro at the end of this year. However, we must not forget that the sales of the current generation were significantly affected by the covid-19 pandemic and the lack of parts for production, so everything is so slowed down. Because of that, PS5 Pro doesn’t make sense this year. What do you think?

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