Skip to comments.PlayStation 5 to launch in US on November 12 for $499.99
Posted on 09/22/2020 11:07:23 PM PDT by L.A.Justice
Sony has revealed that its long-awaited PlayStation 5 will cost $499.99 when it launches alongside the game maker's $399.99 Digital Edition.
The PS5 will launch on Nov. 12 in the U.S., Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, and South Korea before being unveiled to the rest of the world on Nov. 19. Preorders will begin at "select retailers" as early as tomorrow, Sept. 17.
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Are you willing to spend some money to buy PS 5 for your son or grandson?
I still have PS 2 and PS 3...You could play a blu-ray disc in PS 3.
XBOX Series X will cost $499...
I can’t wait to not buy it.
I’m content to play old time console or computer games on my Android tablet.
I just wish I could load Civ 3 on it.
I'm a rotter, Mr. Grinch,
I'm the king of sinful sots,
My heart's a dead tomato splotched with moldy purple spots, Mr. Grinch!
I'm a three decker sauerkraut and toadstool sandwich with arsenic sauce!
One of my home chores is to grab an old 32-bit PC and beef it up a little. Load it with Win XP SP3, and throw a boatload of old DOS and 32 bit games on it from pre-Y2K or thereabouts. Most of the licenses are expired or it’s abandonware, so it’ll be a virtual mall video arcade.
Those are some of my favorite lyrics, especially when sung by Tony the Tiger.
And we used to think the NeoGeo was insanely expensive!
These things are so advanced these days, I actually am even uncomfortable looking at photos of them.
Then again, the only games I play either has the words super, Mario, and kart in the title, or whatever is on my Atari 2600 or NES emulator. Age, I suppose.
Mine is already paid for. Can’t wait to play it, if we still have a country after the 3rd
Why is the digital version cheaper?
> Why is the digital version cheaper?
No Blu-ray drive.
Not sure. I just wanted the console itself
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