Even if the final details for the launch of the PS5 are still not clear, the first retailers have started pre-ordering the PS5. It is also called the expected price of the console.
It starts with the Canadian dealer Play N Trade, which is now accepting pre-orders for the equivalent of EUR 357. When asked by the dealer whether it is final, it is also said here that the price may serve as a down payment, should the PS5 ultimately be more expensive.
Indeed, despite the favorable exchange rate, this seems somewhat low. Experts are already expecting around EUR 500, which Sony could call up. In this respect, this is anything but official.
Another dealer thinks more from the other end and recently converted over 800 EUR for the PS5. However, he should be playing poker too much, because hardly anyone will want to spend it on a console.
Also interesting is the expected launch date of Play N Trade, which is expecting the PS5 on December 1st. The date is of course just as unofficial as the price.