This new translucent PS4 is slick as hell

A Limited Edition 2TB PS4 Pro Is Being Released To Celebrate 500 Million PlayStations Sold

A Limited Edition 2TB PS4 Pro Is Being Released To Celebrate 500 Million PlayStations Sold

In this age of massive digital games, having 2TB of storage at your disposal is a attractive thing - it's just a shame we don't see this storage option more often. This particular variant, which is created to celebrate PlayStation's achievement of reaching 525.3 million units of hardware worldwide, comes with translucent body.

In celebration of this milestone, Sony is releasing a limited edition PlayStation 4 Pro console.

Sony has never been bashful when it comes to sales numbers for its PlayStation 4 consoles.

Sony has just announced a limited edition PlayStation 4 Pro to celebrate the company having sold 525.3 million PlayStation systems worldwide.

That's perhaps to be expected however, especially considering the PlayStation Cam that is bundled in as well as the fact it will ship with a 2TB hard drive that offers double the storage of a standard machine.

New U.S. sanctions against Iran take effect
Speaking in a television interview, he also demanded compensation for decades of American "intervention" in the Islamic Republic. Iran's currency has lost around half its value since Trump announced the U.S. would withdraw from the nuclear pact.

The 500 Million Limited Edition DualShock 4 will be available as a standalone item for $65 / £55 on August 24.

PlayStation Camera - Play and share with depth-sensing 3D technology that tracks you, your DUALSHOCK®4 wireless controller, and PlayStation Move controllers.

"In addition, each system will have a commemorative copper plate on its front, with its limited edition serial number etched on". It will be $499.99 USD/$639.99 CAD/€499. The DualShock 4 controller ($64.99) and the Gold Wireless Headset ($99.99) will be available later, sometime in early September from select retailers in the United States and Canada. Look out for serial numbers like 09995, which refers to the U.S. launch date of the original PlayStation on September 9, 1995.

Sony also released two videos to highlight the console.

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