The PlayStation 5 is available to pre-order now, which is good news for those of you that just can't wait to get your mitts on on the next-gen console. It will launch on 19 November in the UK.
And if you're worried about getting hold of one, you can sleep easier at night if you pre-order on the GAME website. The retailer is offering a number of bundles to customers.
The PlayStation 5 Digital Edition for £359.99 isn't currently available to pre-order but here are some of your options:
- PlayStation 5 Digital Edition and Media Remote at £384.98
- PlayStation 5 Digital Edition and Additional DualSense Wireless Controller + Pulse 3D Headset at £509.97
- PlayStation 5 825GB + Additional DualSense Controller + Pulse 3D Wireless Headset at £599.97
- PlayStation 5 Digital Edition + Additional DualSense Wireless Controller + DualSense Charging Station + HD Camera + Pulse 3D Wireless Headset + Media Remote at £609.97
- PlayStation 5 825GB + Additional DualSense Wireless Controller + DualSense Charging Station + HD Camera + Pulse 3D Wireless Headset + Media Remote at £966.94
Another place allowing customers to pre-order is Smyths' website, where it's priced at £449.99.
Regardless of which bundle you opt for, each console will come pre-loaded with Astro's Playroom, a pretty fun-looking launch game that has been designed to introduce players to many of the DualSense controller's shiny new features.
The standard and digital editions of the next-gen console will launch in the UK on 19 November., while the US gets it slightly earlier on 12 November.
The standard model will set you back £449, while the digital-only version of the console comes in at a slightly cheaper £359.
It's worth noting that the only real difference between the standard and digital models is the 4K UHD Blu-Ray drive, which you'll only find in the standard PS5.
Beyond that, both consoles boast the exact same specs: a custom AMD GPU, ultra-fast SSD, and an impressive 10.28 Teraflops of GPU power.
All told, it's not too bad a price at all for the next-gen PlayStation, especially seeing as some analysts were predicting it would cost upwards of £500.
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