PlayStation Celebrates 500 Million Console Sales With Limited Edition PS4 Pro


Only 50,000 will be made, and each one will come with a commemorative copper plate on the front with that console's serial number etched into it.

Translucent Shell - Commemorate 500 Million PlayStation® systems sold with this Limited Edition PS4 Pro featuring a translucent blue console shell. Look out for serial numbers like 09995, which refers to the U.S. launch date of the original PlayStation on September 9, 1995. To celebrate this achievement, and to thank fans for their continued support, Sony is releasing special 500 Million Limited Edition PlayStation 4 Pro console bundles featuring a sleek new color scheme, expanded storage, and a packed-in PlayStation camera. The only sad part is that collectors will probably keep a lot of these units in their boxes, and they're too pretty not to play.

Customers will be able to buy the new limited edition PS4 Pro on August 24, starting at $499.99.

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The best-looking PS4 Pro yet is coming out later this month, but if you want one you'll need to act fast. That's no mean feat by anyone's measure and to celebrate the achievement the company is selling a special edition PS4 Pro, and it's absolutely gorgeous. Not only that it is also accompanied by DualShock 4 wireless controller and mono headset; both with matching translucent body. The limited edition DualShock 4 controller will be available to purchase separately on the same day. But today, the firm has announced that it has sold more than 525 million PlayStation consoles globally since the launch of the very first.