Sony Reveals PlayStation 5 Prices and More
The prices of the new PS5 are revealed. Here’s what you need to know.
Ever since the reveal of the Console’s design, the entire fanbase of the PlayStation was awaiting the pricing reveal of the PlayStation 5. After the release date and the pricing of Microsoft’s Xbox Series X and Series S were announced the entire gaming community was eyeing upon the details about the PS5 and now it has finally been revealed. Here are the details.
Seems like Sony and Microsoft are going to lock horns as their Release dates fall extremely close to one another with Microsoft Xbox Series X being released on November 10th, 2020, and Sony following on November 12th, 2020 for the PS5. However, the PS5 is available only in the US, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, and South Korea on November 12th and the Uk and Rest of the world on November 19th.
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And now for the most awaited answer to the question of “But what’s the Price??” The PlayStation 5 Digital Edition comes in at $399 and the full-fledged PlayStation 5 with the Optical Disc comes in at $499.
Unlike the Xbox Series S, the PlayStation 5 Digital Edition gives you no compromises in the performance with respect to the higher version and only cuts down the 4K Blu-Ray Disc Drive which is a great value for money if you don’t prefer Physical Discs of Games.
Like in every Console release event, Sony had some amazing games up its sleeve which are sure to blow away the fanbase. One of the most awaited Exclusive Title for PS5 was Insomniac's Marvel’s Spiderman: Miles Morales which definitely stole the show. With new Gameplay footage being revealed the fan base is sure to jump aboard once the Game is launched this Holiday 2020.
However, on the launch of the PS5 you can avail the Amazing PS4 hits like God of War, Uncharted 4, and Last of Us with Playstation Plus exclusively fo the new PS5 Owners.
Other amazing games coming to PS5 after release include Horizon Forbidden West, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, and Gran Turismo 7.
“With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility”, and with Great Responsibilities like running Next-Gen Games in 4K the Great Power of the PS5 has definitely been USP. The Console comes packed with features like Real-Time Raytracing, 4K Support, HDR Support, and 120 FPS gameplay. PS5 even boasts 8K Gaming Output Capabilities to get even more details out of your Games. It’s Ultra-Fast SSD has also been in the talks for cutting down the loading times and seamless transitions between Vast Environments In-Game.
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