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The PlayStation 5 Pro and 5 Pro Slim were first shown in high-quality images and videos. Consoles expected in 2023

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Designer Jermaine Smit, known for the Concept Creator YouTube video channel, has created a 3D model of the PlayStation 5 Pro game console for the LetsGoDigital resource, which is expected to be released around 2023. The video also shows a smaller version called PlayStation 5 Pro Slim.

Sony released the Sony PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 5 Digital Edition game consoles last year. Despite the fact that both game consoles are very difficult to buy today, Sony is already working on new versions. In 2019, Sony already announced that the Sony PlayStation 5 Pro is in development, which will be announced midway through the seven-year cycle. Thus, the PlayStation 5 Pro is expected no later than 2024.

Jermaine Smith has also redesigned the DualSense controller, which has been redesigned to match, and the grip has received the same premium finish as the console.

The arrival of the PS5 Pro is believed to help address the PS5 shortage issues. Sony is making a number of design changes so that the Pro will be built on a different production line. The consoles can be manufactured side-by-side, and demand can be distributed across both consoles.

Sony’s quarterly data for last month showed 13.4 million PlayStation 5 consoles were sold worldwide. That’s quite a lot when you consider how difficult it is to get a console. It makes sense that sales would be even higher if there were no supply chain problems.

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While the PS4 Pro sells worse than the PS4 and PS4 Slim, a Sony spokesperson has said in the past that the company is very pleased with the sales results for the Pro variant. The PSS Pro is expected to feature a super powerful GPU and CPU. Presumably, the console will receive additional memory as well.

It is unknown if the Sony PS5 Pro will support 8K games. The PS5 has also been touted as an 8K console, however this feature is software-locked by Sony.

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The media told why there were so many errors in Cyberpunk 2077 – the game was simply poorly tested

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After the launch of Cyberpunk 2077 at the end of 2020, it turned out that the game has a lot of bugs and flaws that have been fixed over time. Now there is information that the project was simply poorly tested before release.

The media told why there were so many errors in Cyberpunk 2077 - the game was simply poorly tested

It is alleged that CD Projekt RED hired the Romanian company Quantic Lab, which previously tested The Witcher 3, to test the game. However, experienced testers had left Quantic Lab by this time, although the company claimed otherwise. This is stated in a video on the YouTube channel Upper Echelon Gamers, which received a 72-page document with test reports, data from the personnel department and so on. This data was allegedly given to the author of the channel by an anonymous employee of Quantic Lab. Although no screenshots or documents are shown in the video.

The video claims the following:

  • Quantic Lab lied about the size of the test team in order to keep the contract.
  • Many team members were newbies who needed to be trained in parallel with testing.
  • The Romanian company required a daily quota of bugs to be met, so any bugs were sent to the developers, not the most important ones. Because of this, really significant errors were often not detected in time.

It is also noted that as a result, CD Projekt RED changed the requirements for testing, now it was necessary to report only important errors, but time was lost.

At the same time, YouTube blogger LegacyKillaHD, who previously reviewed Cyberpunk 2077, asked about the situation of several developers from CD Projekt RED on condition of anonymity. According to them, they knew about the problems in the game, but there was not enough time to fix them.

The media told why there were so many errors in Cyberpunk 2077 - the game was simply poorly tested

Official comments from both companies have not yet been received.

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Microsoft Edge browser updated for streamers and gamers

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Microsoft Edge browser updated for streamers and gamers

Microsoft continues to actively promote the Xbox Cloud Gaming service and other gaming features. At the same time, developers add them to the proprietary Edge browser. Back in November last year, it became known about Clarity Boost technology, which improves image clarity when streaming games on Windows 10 and 11. Now, as expected, it will appear in the Edge browser.

Microsoft Edge browser updated for streamers and gamers

In addition, Microsoft advertises the Efficiency Mode in the browser, which should minimize the load on the system and give maximum resources to games.

And on the home page of the updated version of the browser, free casual games are available – Microsoft Jewel, Microsoft Edge Surf, Microsoft Majong and others. It also displays news on gaming topics, live streams, new games and the ability to access the Xbox Cloud Gaming catalog.

Note that this is not the first “gaming” browser on the PC. Previously, Opera Software released the Opera GX browser with aggressive visual design, support for free casual games, related news and so on.

And earlier in Microsoft Edge added a calculator, a unit converter and a utility to check the speed of the Internet.

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Valve Specialist Explains Why You Shouldn’t Install Too Long SSDs in Steam Deck

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Valve Specialist Explains Why You Shouldnt Install Too Long SSDs

A few days ago, information appeared on the network that it was possible to install a longer SSD in the Steam Deck than planned. However, such interference may adversely affect the life of the console.

Valve Specialist Explains Why You Shouldn't Install Too Long SSDs in Steam Deck

By default, the Steam Deck uses a 30mm SSD, however, players were able to install a 42mm long model with more memory. To do this, I had to move the fixing screw on the motherboard and remove the thermal pad.

According to Valve designer Lawrence Young, who participated in the development of the console, this should not be done. The fact is that larger drives consume more energy and heat up more. And ditching the thermal pad makes things even worse as the console starts to overheat.

Valve Specialist Explains Why You Shouldn't Install Too Long SSDs in Steam Deck

Please, do not do that. The charger chip becomes very hot, so do not move nearby thermal pads. In addition, most M.2 2242 drives use more power and run hotter than the ones the Steam Deck is designed to handle. It may seem that this modification works, but it will significantly reduce the life of your portable PC.‘, Young said.

Note that the console officially supports three SSD options – 64 GB, 256 GB and a faster 512 GB.

Previously, it was reported how you can significantly increase the autonomy of the Steam Deck console.

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