The PS5 Pro is expected to hit store shelves later this year, with rumors swirling ahead of launch. Recent leaks have hinted at a new “PS5 Pro Enhanced Edition” label, which could add or increase ray tracing work and a constant 60FPS.

Insider Gaming said they learned about the developer requirements needed to get the PS5 Pro Enhanced Edition tag through documents sent to them.

According to the documents, PlayStation wants games to offer PS5 Pro-exclusive graphics modes, which must include:

  • PSSR upscales resolution to 4K
  • Constant 60FPS
  • Add or augment ray tracing effects

This is said to be possible thanks to faster RAM (28% faster) and GPU (67% larger than the standard console).

This tag may be awarded to games that also offer any of the following enhancements:

  • Increased target resolution for games running fixed resolution on standard consoles
  • Increased target maximum resolution for games running at variable resolutions on standard consoles
  • Increased target framerate for games targeting fixed framerate on standard consoles
  • Includes PS5 Pro ray tracing effects

What are the specs of PlayStation 5 Pro?

Industry sources report via YouTube channel RedGamingTech that the PlayStation 5 Pro will feature an octa-core Zen 2 CPU clocked at 4GHz, a 2.8GHZ RDNA 3 GPU, and 16GB GDDR6 memory with a bandwidth of 18,000 MT/s. 587 GB/sec.

This is expected to be a significant upgrade over the Slim, which has a still respectable 3.5GHz octa-core custom AMD Zen 2 and 2.23GHz AMD RDNA 2, albeit with identical memory stats.

Although not yet confirmed, this Pro upgrade is believed to be launched in time for the upcoming 2024 holiday season at the end of the year.

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