|       HOME        |        REVIEWS       |       GAMES        |       STREAM        |        CONTACT       |


PS5 Set To Launch On November 14 For $500 – Rumor

Share on facebook
Share on google
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on pinterest
Share on print
Share on email

According to the latest rumor, the PS5 is set to launch on Japan on November 14, a worldwide launch will take place on November 20. The alleged leak also claims that the console will cost $500. The information does not reveal if the price tag is for the all-digital version of PS5.

Disclaimer – This information has not been verified, therefore this is not factual.

Since the reveal of the PlayStation 5 on “The Future of Gaming”, fans have wondered if the PlayStation 5 will be that much pricier than the Xbox Series X. Certainly, the lightning-fast PS5’s NVMe SSD makes assume potential buyers that Sony won’t be able to sell the console below the $500 margin. There is also the new technology inside the DualSense controller, something that will add up to the final retail price of the console.

Xbox Series X should not be expected to be a cheap console either, but it’s rumored that Project Lockhart or the Xbox Series S is expected to design with affordability as the main focus. The Series S  is rumored to be smaller, lighter with a very discrete GPU that will be able to run Series X games at 1080p. Series S will retain the same NVMe Technology that will allow the entry-level alternative to feature all the new software technologies of the next-gen Xbox.

Back in May, Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter, forecasted that Xbox Series X  will cost $400 at launch, PlayStation is aiming at a $500 retail price.

“From what I’ve seen, Sony’s gonna have to charge $500 for the PS5,” … “Microsoft has a big balance sheet. If they want to cut the price by $100… they will. I think they’re waiting to have Sony blink first, and then they’ll reveal the price and release date.”…”Very likely sometime in November, very likely $400, and fans are going to get a lot from their $400.”

Source: ComicBook.

Stay tuned at Gaming Instincts via Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook for more gaming news.

0 0 votes
Article Rating
Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments