The 2020 holiday season’s game console showdown is set. The PlayStation 5 next-gen system will roll out starting in North America and Japan on Nov. 12, Sony Interactive Entertainment announced today. That will be followed by Europe and additional regions on Nov. 19. The PS5 Digital Edition will be available for a recommended retail price of $399.99, while the PS5 with an Ultra HD Blu-ray disc drive will be available for $499.99. Sony said pre-orders will be available starting as early as tomorrow at select retailers. Sony also announced new updates to the PS5 game portfolio, including “Final Fantasy XVI,” “Fortnite,” Harry Potter game “Hogwarts Legacy” and a new “God of War” title.
The PS5 console is due to first hit just two days after Microsoft’s own next-generation Xbox consoles are set to ship (Nov. 10): The entry-level Xbox Series S is priced at $299 and the Xbox Series X will cost $499.PlayStation 5 to Ship in November, Priced Starting at $400 — Variety
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