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One of the themes we covered in our new infographic, 5 Content Marketing Statistics, was the shift from earned media to paid media. In this blog post, we’re taking a closer look at the pro-sumer and paid content markets.
8K gaming? 8K gaming barely exists on even high-end PCs right now in most instances, and the cost of getting a home console there would be hilarious. Not to mention 8K TV adoption is more or less non-existent at this point. There are many different predictions about this, but one from Strategy Analytics projected 8K adoption would be just 3% of the TV market by 2023.
Almost a year after Sony launched its cutting-edge PS5 console, chances are you're probably still religiously checking Twitter, desperately trying to find one that's not part of a sure-I'll-pay-$500-more bundle. (Or an Xbox Series X. No judgments.) It's never too soon to start thinking about the next console you might not be able to get, though; after all, if there's something as good or better on the horizon, why not give your Twitter trawling a break? Thus arise the nascent rumors about a new PS5 Pro. At the moment, the sole tip-based leak comes from reputable Moore's Law is Dead (MLID), which claims that Sony's working on a new, higher-specced model of the PS5.
The rest is pure speculation that places its likely arrival between late 2023 and late 2024, priced at $600 to $700 and incorporating the forthcoming 6nm Zen 3 or Zen 4 AMD silicon to drive 8K gameplay. However, the most probable next PS5 is a model with VR (commonly dubbed "PSVR 2") for 2022, which Sony has already previewed new hardware for. Although it would differ from its PS4 strategy, there's no reason Sony might not consider that a "Pro" model and push the internal hardware upgrade to a PS6. (Source: www.cnet.com)