It’s the end of an era for the PS4, but this time around it’s not just a game console.
Sony has announced the next-generation of its flagship console, the PS5, which will be called the PS Pro.
This time around, the company is hoping to be the first to sell its hardware for $1,999, making it the cheapest PC you can buy.
And that’s not even including the $300 add-on for the Core i5 processor, which adds about $100 to the price.
In terms of specifications, the new console will have 4K video recording, a 10-inch 1080p display, a fingerprint sensor, a microSD card slot and dual speakers.
It also comes with an array of software and services for game developers and gamers, including Unreal Engine 4, PS Now and PlayStation VR.
But the biggest news is the new hardware.
The PS5 will cost $1.99, and you can pre-order the console online today.
The PC version of the console will be priced at $399, and it will be available in the US on August 6th.
If you’re already a PC gamer, we recommend checking out the PSVR for more info.
For more information on the new PS5 and PS4 hardware, check out our hands-on preview from CES.