PS4 Pro 500 Million Limited Edition Console Announced

PS4 Pro 500 Million Limited Edition Console Announced

Furthermore, the PS4 500 Million Limited Edition DualShock 4 controller and headset will be sold separately for Euro 64 (around Rs. 5,000) and Euro 89 (around Rs.7,100). According to the PlayStation blog the PS4 Pro 500 Million Limited Edition release date is August 24 with a price of Euro 499 (roughly Rs. 39,730). Each system features a commemorative copper plate on the front, and etched on it is the limited edition serial number. That's over half a billion systems sold since the first PlayStation home entertainment system was released all those years ago. To celebrate this huge milestone Sony is rolling out the 500 Million Limited Edition PS4 Pro as a "thank you" to fans all around the world. Look out for serial numbers like 09995, which refers to the USA launch date of the original PlayStation on September 9, 1995. It will sell for $500 / £450.

The 500 Million Limited Edition PlayStation 4 Pro will release worldwide on August 24, 2018. And a few "extra special" units will have serial numbers that commemorate important events in the history of PlayStation. Personalize and share your gameplay livestreams with picture-in-picture video. For HD TV Enhancedgames, players can benefit from increased image clarity, faster frame rates, and other enhancements. Also included in the special translucent packaging will be a PlayStation Camera and vertical stand for the console.

More news: Samsung showed the Galaxy Note 9 to the announcement

Sony also confirmed it will flog the 500 Million Limited Edition DualShock 4 separately for $64.99, as well as a matching Gold Wireless Headset featuring a translucent design for $99.99. Head to the PlayStation European Blog to find out more.

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