Sony Announces PlayStation Classic Console, Costs only $100 USD

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The original PlayStation console that launched on December 3, 1994 is getting a remake under the name of PlayStation Classic. The new PlayStation Classic console will come with few changes and 20 games pre-loaded on console.

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The first change is the size of console. The classic console will be 45% smaller in size than the original PlayStation. Other than that, all the physical features remain same. The PlayStation Classic console captures the nostalgia very well. It comes with the same power button with small greed light and a reset button with open tray button on the other side.

The second change is the digital output cable. The classic console comes with HDMI out instead of AV cables. Although, the graphics of games are pretty old but the output is replaced with HDMI.

The third change is the controllers connectivity. The PlayStation Classic will come with two replica PlayStation controllers but the will support USB wire, instead of old big connection ports.

Check out the announcement trailer here.

The classic console will come with 20 pre-loaded games. Few listed games are Final Fantasy VII, Tekken 3, Wild Arms, Ridge Racer Type 4 and Jumping Flash.

The console will be priced at $99.99 USD (MSRP) / $129.99 CAN (MSRP), the AC adapter will be sold separately. The console will launch on December 3, 2018.

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The classic console surely captures the nostalgia. The changes will be welcomed for sure to the years old fans of PlayStation community. The announced games are nice collection in the first 20 pre-loaded games. We can not wait to know more of the games that will come pre-loaded on launch.

Also, Sony PlayStation has not yet mentioned any method through which we can play other games except the first 20 pre-loaded games. Also, since the console is 45% smaller than the original console, we speculate the classic console will not support CDs.

For more details check out the official Sony PlayStation website.

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