PlayStation 5 launches, starting at $399 for PS5 Digital Edition and $499 for PS5

PlayStation 5 pre order

PlayStation 5 preorder: Sony's new consoles go on sale Nov. 12 starting at $400

PlayStation 5 launches, starting at $399 for PS5

PlayStation 5? Starting Thursday, you will be able to pre-order the new console at "select retailers" for $ 500 (£ 450, AU $ 750) for the Blu-ray equipped version or $ 400 (£ 360, AU $ 600) for the PS5 digital Just. Both devices will be shipped on November 12 in the US

how much the PlayStation 5 will cost when it'll launch

The disclosure has finally revealed a fixed price and release date for Sony's upcoming PlayStation after the mysterious "Holiday 2020" timeframe that the company previously used when describing its upcoming system

After trailing Microsoft and its upcoming PS5-rival Xbox Series X and Series S in the news department, with Wednesday's announcement Sony is finally setting the bar for what to expect when it comes to pricing its next generation of game consoles. The Series X and Series S will arrive on Nov. 10 for $499 (£449, AU$749) and $299 (£249, AU$499) respectively, or $35 per month and $25 per month on a payment plan. While Sony's said the disc-less PS5 will have the same chips and performance of its Blu-ray-equipped cousin, Microsoft's Xbox Series S is designed as a less powerful sibling of the Series X

In addition to the console price and release date, Sony also detailed pricing for accessories, including $70 for a standalone DualSense wireless controller and $100 for its Pulse 3D wireless headset. Launch title pricing for the PS5 will range from $50 to $70, depending on the game

PlayStation 5 preorder: Sony's new consoles go on sale Nov. 12 starting at $400

The pricing caps a long series of announcements from Sony and Microsoft, during which the companies drip-fed information about their competing consoles throughout the year. They chose this approach in part to highlight the new technology in their respective devices, promising faster load times, more detailed environments and more immersive audio

As the companies discussed their devices, they also showed their different approaches to what they see as the future of gaming. Sony has gone a traditional route, discussing how its new games will be specially tuned for the new hardware, and encouraging gamers to buy the new device to get these new experiences. Microsoft, meanwhile, focused on compatibility, promising many of its games would play on its new Xbox devices, and older ones too

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For Sony. At its virtual event in June, the company showed off its white and blue designs for the new consoles, as well as offering a first look at a host of new games including Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Gran Turismo 7 and Horizon Forbidden West

Spider-Man: Miles Morales will be a launch title for PS5, starting at $ 50 for the Standard Edition or $ 70 for the "Ultimate" Edition that also includes a redesigned version of the original PS4 Spider-Man game as well as an add-on - on DLC

Sony also used the event on Wednesday to announce its PlayStation Plus collection, a library of hit PS4 games such as God of War and Uncharted 4: A Thief's End. The games will be available to subscribers to the $ 9.99 / month PlayStation Plus game service, which offers more than 100 games. Sony hasn't previously offered a direct competitor for Microsoft's $ 14.99 per month Xbox Games Pass Ultimate subscription, which provides access to many of the games in its console and PC library, in addition to the ability to stream many of these titles as well

The PS5 specification includes AMD CPUs and dedicated GPUs capable of outputting 8K or 4K graphics at 120fps, plus 16GB of GDDR6 RAM and 825GB of high-performance solid-state storage that is a must That allows significantly faster load times
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