If you can find a PlayStation 5 on the shelf — or in your email via a Sony-delivered pre-order invite — then the good news is that it might be less expensive than anticipated. The business paper cites analyst Masahiro Wakasugi as targeting a price as low as $450 for the disc-equipped PS5 and sub-$400 for the all-digital edition, which would compare nicely to Microsoft’s Xbox Series lineup that hits $499 for the Series X and $299 for a 1440p-ready Series S.
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