Pre-orders begin ‘as early while tomorrow at select retailers, so please check with your local retailer,’ Sony says.
Sony today finally revealed pricing for the PlayStation 5, which will cost $499 for the standard edition and $399 for the disc-less digital model.
The console goes on sale in seven markets including the US, Canada, and Australia-on Nov. 12. The rest of the world will get it on Nov. 19. Pre-orders begin “as early as tomorrow at select retailers, so please check with your local retailer,” Sony said nowadays.
At $499, the PS5 is in the same price range as the Xbox Series X, which arrives on Nov. 10. However, the $399 digital model is $100 more than the disc-less Xbox Series S.
Sony made its announcements during Wednesday’s special PS5 showcase, which debuted more footage for the games on the console. That includes a new God of War game for the PS5, which is scheduled to arrive in 2021. It also teased Final Fantasy XVI, that is billed as a “PlayStation Console” exclusive, even though it’ll also be made available on PC.
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