Sony’s upcoming PlayStation 5 will hit store shelves on December 4 with a price tag of between $ 500 and $ 550, $ 100 more expensive than the launch price of the PS4 that was priced at $ 400 when it launched back in 2013 was. Sony has confirmed that the PS5 will be re-launched in 2020, but has not confirmed a date. Some information about the specifications of the PS5 has been confirmed such as hardware-enabled ray tracing in the console, Ryzen CPU, Navi GPU, SSD storage, improved audio and haptic feedback for the PS5 controller. The $ 550 translation is around 40,000, so it is safe to say that the PS5 can launch in India in 2021 for an official price tag that can range from Rs 55,000 to 65,000 depending on taxes and duties.
It has also been confirmed that the leaked Devkit renders are genuine and pictures of Devkit in action with Studios have also been leaked online. Sony has a practice of separating the deviate design and the final design of the console, so it is safe to say that the final retail console will not look like we saw in the leaked images.
It is surprising to see the December release date as Sony will miss the holiday shopping in the US and UK in November. Delay in release date may lead to production supply problems. We will only be able to know the exact release date when Sony announces it.
Sony usually has a PlayStation experience every year in December but like E3 2019, it seems we won’t get a PSX this year either. All the confirmed information about the PS5 has come from the interviews that the gaming giant has done with Wired magazine.