SONY wants the PlayStation 6 to be the most powerful console compared to all its competitors, only AMD’s technology can be “satisfactory”?

By making the model the most powerful console compared to other consoles in its generation, SONY decided to take its time when the PS6’s expected launch date was announced, which was said to be 2028
SONY plans to make the PlayStation 6 the most powerful console compared to other consoles in its generation. That’s why the Japanese tech company is spending as much time as possible to make it happen.

So a new video shared by RedGaming Tech this week offers some updates not only about SONY’s next generation console, but also about the PlayStation 5 Pro (PS5 Pro). At present, SONY has not released any information about the PlayStation 5 (PS5) midlife upgrade. However, given that third-party game development studios have recently received PS5 Pro development kits, it seems increasingly likely that the console model will actually be released.

While this is not 100% confirmation that the PS5 Pro system will be released (hardware systems can still be cancelled halfway through), the fact that a development kit has been sent out shows that SONY is making progress. The PlayStation 5 upgrade was released, and a version with more powerful hardware is expected to be released later this year.
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According to RedGaming Tech, the PlayStation 6 has been in development for about a year and its specifications, such as CPU and RAM, have yet to be finalized. SONY is said to be in discussions with development studios to adjust the hardware specifications from now on. However, it is likely that the PS6 will still come with technology provided by AMD – similar to the PS4 and PS5. In fact, according to RedGaming Tech, Red Team (a nickname for AMD) is also the only vendor SONY is considering. This is a fairly new thing, as SONY held discussions about the PlayStation 5 with multiple vendors, including rival NVIDIA, before choosing AMD.

Although the PS6’s specifications have yet to be determined. By making the model the most powerful console compared to other consoles in its generation, SONY decided to take its time when the PS6’s expected launch date was announced, which was said to be 2028.

How this will be achieved is unclear, but the Japanese company is said to be three times more focused on optical line tracking and path tracking graphics technology (or an upgraded version of ray tracing with more realistic lighting). As for path tracking, this technology is too hardware intensive and is not currently widely supported. In addition to graphical effects, there is also speculation that the PS6 may support generative AI technology to create a more realistic gaming experience.

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