PlayStation 5 finally has an official release date of Nov 13 with attractive pricing for people all over the world
PlayStation 5 price and release date are out and after years of speculating about everything, fans all around the world can finally breathe free after Sony revealed that PlayStation 5 will be priced at $449 for the disk version and $399 for the digital version.
While the price of the console was somewhat leaked but what mattered most was the release date which was puzzling a lot of people and generating debate on social media websites.
We can confirm that PlayStation 5 will be releasing on 12th November in the US, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, and South Korea. While the rest of the world will receive the PlayStation 5 on November 19th.
This is to ensure that the markets where PlayStation 5 units dominate get as many consoles as possible and the rest of the world can then be delivered these consoles slowly and in stages.
Sony is expecting to deliver close to a million units on release day and while there have been rumors about Sony booking about 60 747 jets to make sure that the demands are met on the release date.
Sony has been dominating the console sales for a generation and with this will surely put a dent on Microsoft’s sale of Xbox Series X consoles with PlayStation giving players such attractive pricing options.
We truly believe that PlayStation 5 will surpass the release day console sales as compared to the PlayStation 4 and show us exactly how big the domination of Sony’s console in the market is.
We can’t wait to get our hands on the new PlayStation 5 and we’ll be writing more about it in the coming weeks leading up to the launch day.