PS5 standard It will be on sale in limited quantities Jim Stop Wednesday November 2, 2022. The console will as usual be available for purchase in a bundle with other products, including games and accessories, with actual availability to be announced in real time during the live stream on Twitch starting at 3pm. Below are the price of scheduled packages and their details.
GameStop will sell two standard PS5 bundles on Wednesday, November 2, both for a price €799.98. The first includes Pulse 3D, Gotham Knights, Resident Evil Village, and Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin headphones and Sniper Thumb rubber pads. The second bundle instead includes a Dualsense controller in Starlight Blue, the Big Ben Essential Pack (consisting of a headphone stand, charger for two controllers, a 3-meter USB-C to USB-C cable, and two caps), Gotham Knights, Immortals Fenyx Rising, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2, MXGP 2020 and F1 2021.
If you’re interested, both packages will be dropped on the series’ official website on Wednesday, November 2 From 15:00 onwards. Availability will be confirmed during the live broadcast on Official GameStop Italia channel on Twitch, which will start at the same time. Since the quantities available, as usual, will be very limited, we suggest that you follow the live broadcast from the beginning, while remaining ready to place your order as soon as the availability is announced.
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