Sony PlayStation 5 Price List May, 2021 & Specs in Philippines
8-core AMD Zen 2
Top Selling in Playstation
The Sony PlayStation 5 is now available in Philippines. The cheapest Sony PlayStation 5 price in Philippines is ₱ 12,571.00 from Shopee. You can also choose between different Sony PlayStation 5 variants with Digital Edition starting from ₱ 16,500.00. Sony PlayStation 5 price details are updated May 2021.
Price List by Country for Sony PlayStation 5
Sony PlayStation 5 Price in Philippines by Variants
|Sony PlayStation 5 Digital Edition||₱ 16,500.00||Shopee|
|CPU||8-core AMD Zen 2|
|Processor Core||Octa Core|
|Image & Video|
|Hard Drive Type||SSD|
|Wi-Fi Standard||802.11 ax|
|Controller Type||Bluetooth controller|
|Controller Features||Motion control|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||470 x 430 x 180mm|
The PS5 is here and it truly feels like a generational leap for console gaming. With its powerful graphics tech and wildly innovative DualSense controller, Sony’s console allows for a level of immersion that simply wasn’t possible on previous consoles. The system’s lightning-fast SSD is a literal game-changer, loading games in mere seconds- and in some cases, providing new ways to interact with them.
It’s been discussed to death, but the PS5 is a truly gargantuan piece of machinery. Sony’s 15.4 x 10.2 x 4.1-inch console dwarfs pretty much any gaming system that’s come out in the past decade, including the PS4 Slim and the PS4 Pro. It’s also far bigger than its next-gen rival in the Xbox Series X, and makes the Xbox Series S look like a children’s toy.
The massive chassis allows the PS5 to pump out some serious performance while staying cool and quiet, but the sheer size of the PlayStation could be an issue for those with small entertainment areas.
Ports and Expansion
The PS5 has a fairly standard array of ports, complete with some welcome modern conveniences. You get a Hi-Speed USB Type-A port upfront, as well as a USB Type-C SuperSpeed port. It’s nice to see a console finally feature USB-C connectivity out of the box, especially for connecting modern accessories and storage drives.
In the back, you’ll find two SuperSpeed USB-A ports, an Ethernet jack, and HDMI 2.1 port and an AC adapter. The PS5 has ditched the PS4’s optical audio port, which may be a bummer for folks with high-end audio devices with optical connections. If you want to expand on the PS5’s built-in 825GB of SSD storage, there’s a PCIe 4.0 M.2 expansion slot that you can access by opening up the console.
The PS5 DualSense controller just might be the most next-gen thing about Sony’s new console. The gamepad’s haptic feedback, adaptive triggers and built-in speaker work together brilliantly, creating a level of tactile immersion. The adaptive triggers are especially impressive, as they can become harder to actuate based on what’s happening in-game.
Beyond its advanced haptics, the DualSense fares pretty well as a standard controller. It’s significantly bigger than the DualShock 4 gamepad, with a hefty feel, and a design that seems to take a page out of the Xbox Wireless Controller in terms of ergonomics.
The console’s big marquee launch game is Spider-Man: Miles Morales, a gorgeous and fun follow up to 2018’s Marvel’s Spider-Man complete with ray-traced graphics and an optional 60 fps performance mode.
Sackboy: A Big Adventure is a simple but charming 3D platformer with lots of character customization, but Astro’s Playroom, the free pack-in game that shows off the DualSense controller, might be even better. Not since 2007’s Nintendo Wii has a console launched with a notable game included out of the gate, and Sony’s new platformer is oozing with fun collectables and easter eggs for hardcore Playstation fans.
If mature action’s more your thing, Godfall is a fun and beautiful action-RPG that feels like a marriage of the weighty combat of God of War 2018 and the deep loot system of Destiny. Want something more stylist? Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition is an enhanced version of the stellar 2019 slash-em-up complete with both ray-tracing and 120 fps performance modes.
When did PS5 come out?
The PS5 released in North America, Australia, Japan, South Korea and New Zealand on November 12, 2020, which was just two days after the release of its next-gen rivals, the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. For the rest of the world, the console became available one week later on November 19.
Will PS5 controllers work on PS5?
You can still use a PS4 DualShock on your PS5, but only to play backwards compatible PS4 games. You can’t use it to play PS5 games directly on the console. However, you can use a DualShock controller to remotely play PS5 games on your phone, tablet, PC, or Mac through the Remote Play app.