PlayStation fans go wild as the PS5 drops to its lowest price ever – new console could come soon

GAMERS are finding out that the rumored price drop of the PS5 has already become a reality.

With the lowest price ever in the UK, people can now pick up the disc-based console at an amazing price.

The disc-based console is now priced similarly to the digital console.


The disc-based console is now priced similarly to the digital console.Image credit: Triyansh Gil via Unsplash

There were rumors that the PS5 price would drop in the UK after the EU made price cuts of between €50 and €100.

Originally it was thought the price of the PS5 would drop by £75, but now that it’s live it appears to be even more.

The disc-based console has been discounted by £80 at every retailer and it seems that will be the standard price going forward.

In comparison, the digital-only PS5 hasn’t seen a price cut, meaning it’s just £10 cheaper than the standard version.

The price is believed to have been lowered in preparation for the announcement of a new PS5 later this year.

Microsoft has announced that PlayStation will release a PS5 Slim sometime in 2023.

Rumor has it that Sony will release a new type of PS5 with a detachable disc drive that will blend seamlessly with the console’s look and feel.

The disc drive may also be available separately, meaning those with a digital-only PS5 will have an easier method of upgrading their consoles.

It should be noted that Amazon is also currently offering vouchers for up to £50 off electronics, which can be redeemed for a further discount on the PS5.

If you received an email with a 15% discount on electronics, you can save a lot more money on your PS5 purchase.

Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN.

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