All-Digital Xbox One S And PS5 Price Is Much Higher Than Expected

All-Digital Xbox One S Price

The All-Digital Xbox One S has been spotted and this is the console that we have heard a lot about. The price of the All-Digital Xbox One S and the PS5 has been leaked and it seems that both consoles cost more than what we first thought.

Images and the price of the All-Digital Xbox One S have been leaked online and according to the leak, the console will cost €229.99, which is around $260. Pricing could be different according to the region but keeping in mind that the console does not have a disk drive and the special prices of the Xbox One S and PS4 on sale, we thought that the All-Digital Xbox One S price would be close to $200.

All-Digital Xbox One S Price

A recent leak also suggests that the price of the PS5 will be around $500. If this is indeed true then this means that the PS5 price will be $100 more than what the PS4 cost at launch. Keeping in mind how successful the PS4 has been it does seem a bit crazy but if you keep in mind the price of the PS4 Pro right now, it makes much more sense. Sony will not want to cannibalize the PS4 Pro by offering the PS5 at a lower price.

The leaker also reported a couple of games that would be exclusive to the PS5. He mentioned that Sony is spending a lot of money in order to ensure that these games are exclusive to the PS5 for at least a month so the games might be timed exclusives rather than “exclusive exclusives”. The exclusive games that he mentioned for the PS5 are as follows:

  • Gran Turismo 7 (VR)
  • PUBG Remaster 4k F2P with PS+ only on ps5
  • Last of Us 2 remaster
  • Ghost of Tsushima remaster
  • Horizon Zero Dawn 2 (2021)
  • 2-3 additional AAA games
  • Additional PSVR2 games

The non-exclusive games that the leaker mentioned are as follows:

  • Battlefield Bad Company 3
  • Harry Potter
  • GTA 6 (Holiday 2020 most probably)
  • Assassin’s Creed (Vikings theme maybe)

Let us know what you think about the price of the All-Digital Xbox One S and the PS5 and which one of these consoles would you rather get for yourself.

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