Sony just filtered the PS5 Pro? Some recent and suspected shipments from PlayStation manufacturers can point to the existence of the next PlayStation console. Three years after the launch of PS4 in 2013, Sony launched PS4 Pro, an improvement of the PS4 destined to offer more power. Assuming that this pattern is maintained with PS5, then PS5 Pro will be launched next year, or maybe the following year due to the global scarcity of microchips. In any case, the lack of filtrations and rumors of PS5 Pro indicate otherwise. If a PS5 Pro will be launched as soon as next year, it will be presumably, there would be many more leaks and rumors that are currently. The whole context points towards the absence of a PS5 Pro, however, some mysterious Sony shipments from Europe to the United States have managed to light speculation on PS5 Pro.
Recently, Sony sent a great shipment of development kits to Oakland, California. We do not know why he did this and what was sent exactly, but now also sent 1500 pounds of prototypes of video game consoles from London to Norfolk, Virginia. Well, he did this on November 16, 2021, but only now it has been discovered for adjusting the city.
So what is going on? Well, it’s hard to say. What is especially strange about this is why Norfolk, Virginia? As Tweak Town points out, there is nothing in this part of the US. UU Apart from some Sony service centers. But why would Sony service centers receive 1500 pounds of prototypes of video game consoles from Sony headquarters in London? And is this related to the aforementioned shipment of Development Kits to California?
If we are dealing with 1,500 pounds of console prototypes, there are only three possibilities: PS5 Pro, PlayStation VR 2 or a previous model of PS5. What else could be archived under Sony Console Prototypes?
Unfortunately, for now, everything we can do is speculate. Sony has not addressed any way from this. We do not anticipate that this changes for a variety of reasons, but if it does, we will make sure to update the story accordingly. Meanwhile, for more PlayStation 5 coverage, and all PlayStation coverage in general, click here or, alternatively, consult the relevant and recent links listed below: