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How much does the SONY PlayStation 5 cost in South Africa?

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A lot of South Africans are curious to know about the Sony PS5 pricing in the country, and when Sony debuted its PlayStation 5 in November 2020, they disclosed the prices of the Standard and Digital Editions.

What is a Sony PlayStation 5 (aka PS5)?

Sony Interactive Entertainment’s PlayStation 5 (PS5) is a home video game console (SIE). It was unveiled in 2019 as the PlayStation 4’s successor. The PS5 was launched in Australia, Japan, New Zealand, North America, and South Korea on November 12, 2020, with a worldwide release a week later in Asia, Europe, South Africa, South America and the Middle East .

Sony PS5 Prices in South Africa

In South Africa, the PS5 Digital Edition is available at a  retail price of R9,999.99.

PS5 with Ultra HD Blu-rayTM disc drive is available in South Africa at a retail price of R11,999.99.

Before you buy, make sure you compare PlayStation 5 costs in South Africa. You could find it significantly cheaper in various places.

In South Africa, where can I get a PS5?

In South Africa, there are a plethora of stores where you can purchase the PlayStation 5. Incredible Connection PS5 and Takealot PS5 may be obtained by visiting their respective official websites at www.incredible.co.za and www.takealot.com.

PS5 is also available for purchase in South Africa at physical retailers such as Makro and Game. Many South Africans like the Sony PlayStation PS5 console, which is why they are so interested in finding out how much it costs.

Sony PS5 Games

There are many games that you can play on a Sony PS5 and these include games like Marvel’s Avengers, NBA 2K21, Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War , Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Fortnite, Borderlands 3, Bugsnax, FIFA 21 among many others.

Sony’s PS5 supply is still a problem

In the crucial Christmas quarter of 2021, Sony shipped just 3.9 million PlayStation 5 systems, a modest increase over the previous quarter’s total of 3.3 million, indicating how the electronics behemoth is still struggling to satisfy demand amid the current worldwide supply chain crisis.

Sony has shipped a total of 17.3 million units worldwide as of December 31st, which is roughly 3 million less than what they shipped for the PlayStation 4  at the same time.

The PS4 console  in its first year of release was readily available in stores  but there is no decent estimate yet of genuine demand for the PS5.

PlayStation has grown to become Sony’s most significant individual segment, accounting for about a quarter of the company’s overall sales and nearly a quarter of its operating profit.

Because of lower-than-expected PS5 sales, Sony has cut its full-year 2021 gaming revenue prediction down 6% to 2.73 trillion yen, signaling that its supply issues will persist at least in the medium term.

As a result, the operational profit expectation has been enhanced by 6% to 345 billion yen. Sony has shipped PS5 systems  estimated to be 11.5 million, down from 14.8 million shipments last year.