Playstation 5 is released on November 12 in the US, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, and South Korea, and seven days later “in the rest of the world”
Sony has revealed via live stream the price and release date for the PlayStation 5 which is not coming out on the same day worldwide.
The Playstation 5 is released on November 12 in the US, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, and South Korea, and seven days later “in the rest of the world”.
The rest of the world that will get the new console on November 19 includes, of course, us, but the official announcement noted that the availability of the PlayStation 5 could vary depending on local import regulations. It was also mentioned there that the release date of the new console in China is still being considered and that the date will be revealed later.
The price of the PlayStation 5 was also revealed, so we found out that the version of the console with a Blu-ray reader will cost 499 euros, while the “digital” version of the console (without that reader) will cost 399 euros.
The prices of the accompanying periphery are also known. An additional DualSense controller will cost 70 euros, a Pulse 3D wireless headset will cost 100 euros, an HD camera 60 euros, a remote device 30 euros, and a controller charging stand 30 euros.