If you’re looking to pre-order Sony’s upcoming powerful gaming console there might be a way to do that right now. Keep in mind that the PlayStation maker has not made any official announcement with regards to the release date or pricing for its next-generation PlayStation 5 gaming device. That said, MediaMarky Sweden has gone ahead and opened up pre-orders for PS5.
A note of caution, PlayStation 5 pre-order is available at a hefty price tag that can set you back eye-watering $1050 USD when converted from the local Swedish currency. Pre-order reservation link is shared below.
PlayStation 5 Pre-Order Now Open At MediaMarkt Sweden:
A German media outlet PC Games Hardware.de picked up this story. According to reports, interested customers can pre-order Sony PlayStation 5 next-gen console for 9999 SEK that converts to $1050USD and €950Euro as per ongoing exchange rate.
Not much else is known about the console as of yet. Although the listing does mention hardware specs which might well be just speculations based on rumors at this point.
Information about the release date is missing from the listing as Sony has not confirmed when it is going to launch its PS4 successor console in the market.
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PS5 Pre-Order Link:
Visit this MediaMarkt Sweden PlayStation 5 pre-order link to book PS5 reservation.
The current pricing seems excessive but this could also be due to the retailer simply putting up a placeholder bid page for Sony’s PS5, instead of a pre-order point-of-sale.
Whether the next-gen PlayStation console will be a high powered device or not, the likelihood is low that even the most die-hard PlayStation fans would be willing to shell out close to a thousand bucks ($1000USD) on a game console.
PlayStation 5 Hardware:
So far what we have learned from various media appearances of Sony representatives is that the console “will be appealing in light of its advanced feature set”, as stated by the company’s Mark Cerny.
In an exclusive interview given to Wired, Cerny revealed that the PlayStation 5 will be a big leap forward from the Sony PS4 in terms of hardware performance. “The CPU is based on the third generation of AMD’s Ryzen line and contains eight cores of the company’s new 7nm Zen 2 microarchitecture,” says Cerny in the article. He further adds, “the GPU, a custom variant of Radeon’s Navi family, will support ray tracing, a technique that models the travel of light to simulate complex interactions in 3D environments.”
Besides the big boost to CPU and GPU performance, Sony has another trump card up its sleeves – “a true game-changer” – which is a custom SSD to cut down loading time to virtually nothing. Several game developers have already lauded the console’s capabilities.
Some other recent rumors indicate that the PlayStation 5’s Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) is not only better than the one housed inside the PS4 but it also delivers superior performance to that of NVIDIA’s GTX 1080 GPU.
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We will keep you updated with all the news and rumors regarding Sony’s next-gen PlayStation 5 game console. So stay tuned for more.