On September 16, Sony finally unveiled the upcoming video-game console price, specs and release date, which had been long-awaited throughout the year. What we now know is that the PS5 will have two versions: the Standard Edition and the Digital Edition: the major difference between them is the disc drive, as the Digital Edition will only play games using digital downloads instead of discs. We also learned that the Digital Edition will cost $399, while the Standard Edition will be $499.

Both consoles will be released on November 12 in the US, Japan, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand and South Korea, but won’t be released until November 19 for the rest of the world. We also had a glimpse of the games it has lined up for its faithful users from day one, including Horizon: Forbidden West and Spider-Man: Miles Morales, plus a God of War sequel, Final Fantasy XVI and a Harry Potter RPG called Hogwarts Legacy. Moreover, the PS5 has backwards compatibility with almost all PS4 games, so players can enjoy the best titles for the previous gen.

As for the tech specs, the PS5 will have an AMD Zen 2-based CPU with 8 cores at 3.5GHz with a memory interface of 16GB GDDR6 / 256-bit and an internal storage capacity of 825GB SSD. Players will enjoy a neat 4K resolution with 120hz 8K Support that will keep everyone at the edge of their seats. It will also come with a new gamepad, the DualSense controller, which includes a microphone inside of the controller, allowing gamers to ditch their headset to communicate with friends.

 Let me see a show of hands: how many people want a PS5 as soon as possible? I bet there are many hands in the air right now!

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