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The latest PlayStation release has been eagerly awaited by many gamers, as it has been a long seven years since Sony launched the last model.
Two PS5 consoles are set to launch on 19 November, but those desperate to get their hands on the latest technology will be pleased to know they are now available for pre-order, months ahead of the release date.
The PlayStation 5 will retail for £449.99, while the PlayStation 5 Digital Edition will set you back £359.99.
Here’s everything you need to know about the PlayStation 5
The PS5 and PS5 Digital Edition both boast ultra-high-speed SSD, which is said to have improved everything from load times to level design.
They also feature 3D Audio Technology and adaptive triggers on the controllers, which offer resistance to make game play feel more realistic.
The incorporation of high tech CPU (central processing unit), GPU (graphics processing unit) and Integrated I/O along with the SSD, makes for a clearer picture, speedy interaction and an all-round faster process for your gaming session.
With the new release also comes a new generation of PlayStation games, which makes for fun new experiences.
The main difference between the PS5 and Digital Edition is the latter does not have a disc drive.
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A number of stores, including Amazon, Very, Game and Currys went live with the pre-order of the next-gen gaming console, but it has swiftly sold out.
Game offered customers the choice of signing up to pre-order various PS5 bundles, or buying the console on its own, but within hours everything was snapped up.
Check back here for news of when pre-ordering becomes available again.