Million Limited Edition PS4 Pro announced

Saul Franklin
August 10, 2018

"Gold Wireless Headset" stereo headphones will also be available that match the main aesthetic of the new console.

The best-looking PS4 Pro yet is coming out later this month, but if you want one you'll need to act fast. The company today announced that it has sold 525.3 million units of PlayStation.

The console and Dualshock are made with transparent blue casings and copper highlights, and there's a matching PlayStation camera, console stand, and earphones, all packed in a special box which is, naturally, transparent.

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Joining the ever-expanding collection of special edition PS4 consoles from Sony is the PS4 Pro 500 Million Limited Edition.

500 million PlayStation consoles sold since the system launched in 2013 is an awesome feat. The console is outfitted in a translucent blue shell and it comes packed with a variety of extras. The PS4 500 Million Limited Edition DualShock 4 controller release date is August 24 and the headset release date is October 11.

Each system will have a commemorative copper plate on the front with the serial number etched on it. As a "thank you" to the fans, Sony will be producing 50,000 units of this PS4 Pro. The DualShock 4 controller ($64.99) and the Gold Wireless Headset ($99.99) will be available later, sometime in early September from select retailers in the United States and Canada. Select consoles also have important dates etched onto them, such those marking the United States launch of the original PlayStation and the PS4. This time the occasion is not a shameless attempt to sell a console on the back of a new blockbuster game but rather to celebrate something much more interesting.

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