Henderson is unsure whether Sony will release similar versions of the original platform – in the style of the previous generation (PS4 Pro and PS4 Slim) – due to its removable drive. However, the new PS5 model is unlikely to be different.
According to an insider, the first PS5 version will be phased out by the end of this year, and the "second generation" will begin work in April and be released on the market by this September.
A few games that have supported the previous generation of consoles are still available, mainly due to supply issues in the past.
Henderson said that the second PS5 version will be visually similar to the first, and that at the moment he has encountered more rumors about the PS6 than the PS5 Pro.
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