Microsoft put its cards on the table Xbox Series X. and start Xbox Series S. And Sony may have noticed.
When Microsoft announced a launch date for the new Xbox on November 10th, it said the The Xbox Series X is priced at $ 499. And at least one publication says Sony might consider its own plans for the company PS5 Release date and price now that we know what Microsoft is planning.
That’s the word from the European gaming publication Gamereactor, citing an anonymous source who claims the PS5 was “significantly” more expensive – so much so that Sony may be cutting its pricing plans to match the Xbox.
If this report is correct, it means the PS5 could also cost $ 499, while a digital version without a drive could cost $ 1
Sony has not announced pricing and release dates for the PS5, nor has it released a public reaction to Microsoft’s big announcement. So this could lead to idle speculation.
Until Microsoft announced the Xbox price this week, both game console manufacturers had remained silent about what the new versions would cost. We got some information about the competing systems, including specs and some game titles.
Following Microsoft’s announcement, we know that the Xbox Series X will officially launch on November 10th. Pre-orders will start on September 22nd. Users can get a console through the Xbox All Access program that lets them lease the system and get 24 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for $ 34.99 per month.
Sony has not set a clear release date or when pre-orders will go online, and it’s getting a little worrisome. It is possible that the company has been waiting for Xbox prices to be fixed and that we are now learning more PS5 details every day. The ball is certainly right in Sony’s playing field.