After announcing its price for the two versions, the official website of the brand now revealed one of the most anticipated data.
After having announced the price, only a few details remain to confirm the official landing of PlayStation 5 in Argentina. The website of the brand in the country showed this Friday that the December 4 will be the date indicated for the start of commercialization, although the final price remains to be known.
After having delivered information with a dropper, Sony held a new Showcase event on Wednesday, September 15, full of announcements referring to the next video games that will arrive on the PlayStation 5.
The gamer world was in suspense for several months waiting for the Japanese company to announce, among other things, the price and launch date of the PlayStation 5 in Argentina. So it was.
The PlayStation 5 will be sold in the presale at a price of $ 99,999 for its version with a reader for Blu-Ray digital discs, while the digital edition -PS5 Digital Edition- will cost $ 75,999.
While the renewed DualSense joystick, which came to replace the DualShock 4 of the PlayStation 5, will cost 9,299 pesos.
Although we know the cost, although it may not be the same as the product for normal sale, at the moment there is no official date for the start of the pre-sale. Consulted by Clarín, a PlayStation source slipped that “before the close of next week” they will have news about it.
On the other hand, the fifth generation of Sony consoles is already sold in a limited number of markets at $ 499 and $ 399, respectively. The gamers of the United States, Canada, Japan, South Korea, Mexico, New Zealand and Australia will be able to have it from November 12 and 19 in the rest of the world.
In the United States, for example, the version with physical disk support of the console has up to tthree times more units than those of the digital-only edition, as published by the specialized site ArsTechnica
The arrival of the first units to the chain specialized in video games GameSpot shows that the units of the PS5 Digital Edition are much more rare than those of the console with disk support, assuming an average of 24 percent depending on the establishment.
This means that the console without a disk slot, the most economically priced model, has at launch with about three times fewer units than the other PS5, with 76 percent of Sony supplies.
In an interview with the Japanese portal AV Watch, the president of PlayStation, Jim Ryan, has refused to make public the ratios of each console model but has assured that the company plans to “produce the necessary number of units to satisfy the demand for each model “of PS5.