Patents Confirm Sony PlayStation 5 Pro Coming 2022, PS6 in 2025

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A new Patent from Sony has revealed that using next-level Ryzen / AMD Crossfire technology, a “scalable game console” will be developed for those who want to have more than one GPU in their PlayStation 5 Pro. We also have word that console generations are returning to the previously normal 5 year life cycle to prevent the lag of technology we keep seeing in the console side of the games industry.

We will find out more this Thursday about the VR and deep dives.

And for the other topics, time will tell how Sony’s strategy will play out to improve the hardware cycle and how fans as well as mainstream consumers of gaming will react. As gaming continues to grow exponentially, there will be record-breaking sales for PS5. But plenty of gamers are taking the wait and see approach, or even waiting for a PS5 Pro or PS5 Slim. And at the end of this generation many casual gamers may not appreciate the focus on ending generations of support versus the approach Xbox is taking with four generations of backwards compatibility and a united Xbox Store for their entire library.

Rumor: Whistleblowers Claim PlayStation 5 Pro Already Exists

Update: PS5 Pro Using AMD CrossfireX (Multi-GPU) Patent Revealed Online

Console Generations Returning to Normal 5 Year Life Cycle

To Prevent The Lag of Technology We Keep Seeing

PlayStation 5: 2020
PlayStation 5 Pro: 2022
PlayStation 6: 2025

DualShock 4 Support Disabled for PS5, Sony Baiting With PS4/VR Event and delay of PS5 Price, Pre-Order, and Games Lineup

However, we have a rumor that PS5’s price and release date may be revealed later this month.

In our previous video we discussed the possibility of Sony baiting gamers to boost SEO and reaction. Amplifying attention on any big PS5 announcements they decide to throw our way after teasing gamers without it.

Minecraft VR and Resident Evil Village VR are expected to be shown as well as a number of other Indie Games and updates on third party titles coming to PS5 which were shown at June’s PS5 Event, particularly deep dive gameplay given the fact we are told to expect 40 minutes.

We will find out more this Thursday about the VR and deep dives.

And for the other topics, time will tell how Sony’s strategy will play out to improve the hardware cycle and how fans as well as mainstream consumers of gaming will react. As gaming continues to grow exponentially, there will be record-breaking sales for PS5. But plenty of gamers are taking the wait and see approach, or even waiting for a PS5 Pro or PS5 Slim. And at the end of this generation many casual gamers may not appreciate the focus on ending generations of support versus the approach Xbox is taking with four generations of backwards compatibility and a united Xbox Store for their entire library.

Until Next Time, Keep It Real and Keep It Gaming. Peace!