Sony has provided more information on future PlayStation 5 pre-orders. Per a Showcase the event today, the company explained what you can expect when it comes to the PS5 release date and price. The PlayStation 5 is $ 500 and the PlayStation 5: Digital Edition is $ 400, and both will launch on November 12 in the U.S. and beyond. More regions will watch on 19 November. according to PlayStation social media. It has not yet provided specific information on how pre-orders will work.
Pricing is similar around the world. Eurozone countries will pay 500 euros, the UK 450 British pounds and Japan 49,980 Japanese yen. November 12 The date applies to the U.S., Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, and South Korea. Then the other world will get it next week.
The PlayStation 5 is Sony’s console for the future. It uses a powerful AMD Zen 2 processor and a Radeon RDNA 2 graphics card. Bet Sony Interactive Entertainment puts a lot of effort into the design of the PS5 architecture. It starts with an ultra-fast solid state drive (SSD) that can stream data that I can only describe as greasy pipes. This will reduce loading time, but will also create new types of games that can be taken from storage with a huge amount of assets.
Pre-orders for PS5 will be available at select retailers from tomorrow.
– PlayStation (@PlayStation) 2020 September 16
In June, Sony has described in detail the games that come with the PS5 and the hardware itself. The publisher demonstrated similarities to the staggering new generation Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart and Horizon Forbidden West. It also surprised fans with the new Spider-Man: Miles Morales. However, the SIE didn’t give fans much to look forward to when the system launches this celebration.
While I mean the singular PlayStation 5, you actually have a choice between two devices. Sony has PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 5 Digital Edition. The latter removes the disk drive.
Microsoft on Xbox Series X and Series S (without disk drive) November 10 Runs for $ 500 and $ 300 respectively.
Updated 2:10 p.m., providing more information, including pre-order information.