PS5 September Event Highlights THE BIG ONE: $499 for physical and $399 for digital, launching November 12th in major regions and November 19th for the rest of the world Opening strong with a new Final Fantasy title, Final Fantasy XVI! Exclusive to PS5! Spider-Man: Miles Morales gameplay up next! Amazing detail and ray tracing seems to be in full effect with the lighting on display. Story begins one year after the last game.Gameplay looks more slick than ever, with new gadgets and more destructable environments. We’re seeing our first look at the long-rumored Harry Potter game. Hogwarts Legacy is coming in 2021! Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War gameplay up next. Some interesting new mechanics around grabbing enemies and using them as shields. Showing off some gadgets as well. Multiplayer alpha begins Friday on PS4! Resident Evil Village gameplay next. The new approach still feels like Resident Evil, but the new and terrifying creatures and setting make it feel incredibly unique. Feels like Resident Evil 4’s shift to a new look and feel. Coming 2021. New Deathloop footage is sleek and beautiful, with plenty of options for gameplay as one would expect from the Dishonored developers. You can make changes to the beginning of the loop that have ripple effects across the rest of the loop. Coming in Q2 2021 and exclusive to PS5. Oddworld Soulstorm gets a new trailer. Looks to be true to the series, with plenty of bigger environments with PS5’s power in the mix. Five Nights at Freddy’s Security Breach teased! Demon’s Souls remake gameplay looks true to the original, but with stunning graphics and frame rate. Fortnite available at Launch for PS5! New PS+ Benefit coming to PS5 is the PlayStation Plus Collection which allows you to download and play PS4 games at launch if you’re a subscriber! God of War teased with a 2021 release date. Nothing but a teaser, sadly With Microsoft’s details out of the bag, it was only a matter of time before Sony made their move. Now we know when they plan to spill the rest of the beans: Wednesday, September 16th, 2020 at 1PM PT / 4PM ET is the big event! At this point, they have to reveal the final release date and price, so anything else on top of that is just a bonus. Our insider sources agree something big is coming but Sony is keeping things very tight lipped. One of our sources, who may or may not work at Playstation 😉 is betting the pricing will be $399 and $499. Do you agree? One things is for sure we are in store for some big reveals! As it turns out, not even PlayStation’s Senior Manager of Sound Design has seen everything Sony plans to announce. Could be huge! Check out his tweet below, and Bookmark this page for our full coverage! Me too. We don’t get to see everything so I’m sure I’ll be surprised too! — Jeremie Voillot ? (@jeremievoillot) September 12, 2020
PS5 is a “Monster” According to Reddit Leak
Another day, another round of PS5 news! As we march closer to the inevitable announcement, you can expect us at PS5 Gamers to be on the frontlines seeking out the latest tidbits of information. Thanks for a Reddit user by the name of RuthenicCookie, we may have our first solid pieces of information about the PS5. RuthenicCookie first stepped into the spotlight when they accurately predicted that Sony would not be attending E3 2019 prior to the official announcement. They made this prediction on Wednesday, November 14th and the announcement wasn’t confirmed until the following day, 11/15. With this accurate prediction under their belt, they now have our attention. Let’s see what they had to say about the PS5! A Gold Mine of Potential PS5 Information It’s always smart to take these kinds of things with a pinch of salt, but when I discovered that RuthenicCookie predicted Sony’s E3 2019 announcement, it seemed like they could be on to something. Right off the bat, claims are made that confirm what we reported on earlier this year: PS5 dev kits are out in the wild. The following screenshots were taken from this Reddit thread on November 19th, 2018. They are here just in case something were to mysteriously happen to this leaked info. There’s a lot to break down here, so let’s dive right in: #1 – The PS5 is coming in March or November 2020 First up we have the release date. According to RuthenicCookie, this is going to be either March or November of 2020. The later release date would be a full seven years after the PS4’s launch if you’re keeping track. March would also make sense, given that Nintendo saw a lot of success with the Switch launch around this time of the year. It would also be just in time for tax return season, where people often have extra spending money. #2 – Sony Will Announce the PS5 in Mid-2019 As far as announcements go, the predictions state that we should expect a small reveal in the middle of 2019, with a full reveal at PSX later that year. If you’ll recall, we reported on Sony cancelling this year’s PlayStation Experience, so it would be nice to see the event return. #3 – The PS5 is a “Monster,” Will Retail For $500 While the Redditor declined to say much about the PS5’s specs, they did offer a few interesting details. The system will allegedly use Ryzen 8 core processors and will support 4K gaming at 60 fps, which is the goal of PC gamers using today’s technology. They also dropped a $500 price point, which makes a lot of sense and is line with our PS5 price predictions. #4 – PlayStation VR Returns, Better Than Ever Last, but not least, it sounds like Sony may be investing even further into virtual reality. The PSVR headset has been showcasing strong sales numbers, and an upgraded version with the PS5 would also be in line with our predictions. … Read More
PS5 Price, How Much will the PS5 Cost?
Playstation Price History PS1 $299 December 3, 1994 PS2 $299 March 4, 2000 PS3 $599 + (depending on model) November 11, 2006 PS4 $399 November 15, 2013 PS4 Pro $399 November 10, 2016 PS5 $399 Digital | $499 Disc Release Date Price Update DIGITAL – $399 DISC – $499 Confirmed. We accurately predicted this years ago! It is no secret that gaming is an expensive hobby. What makes it more so is the fact that every six years or so, a new lineup of consoles releases, bringing forth another wave of items for gamers to purchase. With the heralding of a new console, the internet immediately goes into a frenzy, speculating about prices. The PlayStation 4 has already let that particular cat out of the bag, and four hundred dollars is less than what people expected. So what about the PlayStation 5? What can we expect the PS5 Price to be? Should we start saving up now? There are certainly a number of factors to consider when asking a question like this. We should start by looking at current predictions and the actions of competitors like Microsoft. We’ll also need to look at the history of the PlayStation’s pricing, do some math, (yikes!) and see what inflation rates will have to say on the matter. Without knowing the exact hardware of the PlayStation 5, we can only speculate, and speculate we shall! Let us begin! The price of the next console is the question we’re here to answer today. It seems like Sony doesn’t want to alienate gamers with a massive price tag again. If we look at the PS3 and PS4, it’s clear that they learned from their mistake with the third console. That being said, the form that the PS5 takes will drastically change the ultimate price point. Let’s look at the possibilities, shall we? Leaks and Rumors Reveal Potential Price Points We all saw the incredible reveal of the PS5 console and a bunch of games in June 2020, but what about the price? While we don’t have a solid answer just yet, multiple sources have suggested what we also believe. The first is a screenshot making the rounds of an Amazon listing, which suggests the PS5 standard will be 499 euros, and mostly like $499 USD. Take a look: PlayStation 5 Price: 499€? Digital Edition: 399€? Not bad ? pic.twitter.com/JMA3Mj39U5 — Ben Geskin (@BenGeskin) June 16, 2020 The screenshot has gone on to be discredited by Amazon, but the true source of the image has yet to be revealed. Even so, this same price point at $499 and $399 for the digital only version is something others are also sharing. Namely is the Twitter account @IronManPS5 who recently rebranded as an Iron Man themed account. As part of an open letter expounding the nature of such accounts that leak information, they also snuck in a confirmation from their perspective that the new consoles will indeed be $399 and $499 for each version: pic.twitter.com/Mx6kjsZhgV — Iron Man … Read More