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TCL, the Chinese TV maker, recently set out its predictions for how any upgraded versions of the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series S/X will look in 2023 or 2024.
It took three years from Sony’s release of the PlayStation 4 for them to come up with an upgraded version, and four years between the launch of the Microsoft Xbox One until the Xbox One X went on sale. Microsoft previously said it was working on new consoles.
From this point of view, it is not excluded that there will be upgraded versions of today’s consoles in a year or two.
TCL expects the new PlayStation 5 Pro and Xbox to be based on the upcoming AMD Radeon RX 7700 XT video card. AMD is expected to launch its new series of video cards in 2022.
The TV manufacturer further expects the consoles to be able to draw games in “native” 4K resolution at 60 to 120 frame rates, along with rendering 8K games at 60 or 120 frames using upscaling techniques.
AMD’s flagship RX 6900 XT can already handle some older games in 8K using AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution, so that should be possible if the performance of the RX 7700 XT is roughly in line with today’s flagship.
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