Sony lowers the PS4 price in Europe and Australia

Sony lowers the PS4 price in Europe and Australia

Sony has given gamers an unexpected present two months before Christmas by announcing a price cut that affects its PlayStation 4 gaming console. The price cut affects customers in Europe, the UK, Australia and New Zealand and follows a similar price reduction in the USA and Japan, which was announced about two weeks ago.

Starting now the PlayStation 4 with a 500 GB hard drive sells for EUR 349.99 in mainland Europe and for GBP 299.99 in the UK. This is a price cut of EUR 50/GBP 50 in these two markets, which means that now the PS4 costs the same as the 500 GB Xbox One. In Australia and New Zealand the gaming console now sells for AUD 479.95 and NZD 569.99, respectively.

The PlayStation 4 was launched two years ago but even now the console packs enough muscle to play the latest games so a price cut ahead of the holidays is surely a welcome change for people who are yet to purchase a PS4 console. Happy gaming!

Source: The Verge

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