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Sony just disclosed limited edition PS4 Pro to celebrate its overall sales

Limited Edition PS4 Pro

Sony uncovered that it has sold more than 525 million PlayStation systems worldwide since the console initially propelled 24 years back and that it’s accomplishing something extraordinary to honor it. It disclosed the “500 Million Limited Edition PS4 Pro” with a dark blue translucent shell, finish with a coordinating DualShock 4 controller, PlayStation Camera, vertical stand and mono headset.

When it launched the first PlayStation in 1994 (1995 in the US), Sony might not have envisioned that it would sell over a large portion of a billion in less than a quarter century. Propelled in 2013 in the US, the PlayStation 4 alone has sold 73.6 million as of the end of 2017. It’s anything but difficult to overlook.

However, that Sony was battling preceding its launch, and the console has been a key piece of Sony’s effective turnaround started by previous CEO, Kaz Hirai.

Other decent restorative touches incorporate a coordinating translucent box, blue velvet bag and etched copper plate with the serial number of the console.

It’s the principal PS4 Pro to accompany a 2TB hard drive, and Sony is additionally offering a matching gold wireless headset as an additional for $100. You can likewise buy the 500 Million Limited Edition DualShock 4 independently for $65.

Sony said that specific “extra special” units will likewise pop up for fortunate purchasers with serial numbers like 09995 (the US dispatch date of the first PlayStation) and 01013, speaking to the October 13, 2016 US discharge date of the PS VR.

Only 50,000 units of the 500 Million Limited Edition PS4 Pro will be sold around the world, and it’ll be accessible for $500 at retailers beginning on August 24th. The main dismal part is that collectors will likely keep a considerable measure of these units in their boxes, and they’re too lovely not to play.

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