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PlayStation 5 hardware gets rare price drop

PlayStation 5 hardware gets rare price drop

Sony's PlayStation 5 compatible Inzone range is currently on sale in the US.

It’s a major week for PlayStation fans. We have just one day to go until tomorrow’s PlayStation Showcase which should lay out what we can expect from the second half of the PlayStation 5’s life cycle. What are you hoping to see?

It feels like a given that we’ll get a gameplay trailer and release date for Marvel’s Spider-Man 2. We’re also waiting for an official Ghost of Tsushima 2 announcement following that sly tease in a PS5 advert earlier this year. The same advert also had that mysterious Uncharted looking clip. Could it be the rumoured Uncharted instalment reportedly in the works at Bend Studio? Or a new IP? I’d love to hear an update from Naughty Dog. Something on the The Last of Us multiplayer project would make sense, although there are also whispers of a PS5 director’s cut of Part II. So much to theorise about. In the meantime though, I bring you news of a hardware price cut.

Take a look at the latest trailer for Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 below.

As reported by GameSpot, there’s an incredible deal on Sony’s Inzone PS5 compatible products right now, thanks to Amazon’s gaming week which is currently ongoing. On Amazon’s US site, you can grab the 27-inch Inzone M9 4K gaming monitor with the Inzone H9 wireless headset for $998. It’s still a pricey purchase but if you’re on the lookout for new hardware, the duo would typically come to $1,200.

If you just want the Inzone M9 monitor, it’s currently down to $798 from $900, while the M3 monitor is down to $468 from $530, so there are definitely savings to be had if any of these things were on your potential buy list.

On Amazon UK, you can currently grab the Inzone H3 headset for £60, down from £89. Unfortunately, the H9 headset doesn’t appear to be on sale, nor does the M9 monitor.

Featured Image Credit: Sony

Topics: Sony, PlayStation, PlayStation 5