Million Limited Edition PlayStation 4 Pro Revealed

Judy Cobb
August 9, 2018

The 500 Million Limited Edition PS4 Pro features a translucent dark blue console shell and matching DualShock 4 wireless controller, PlayStation Camera, Vertical Stand and mono headset. But today, the firm has announced that it has sold more than 525 million PlayStation consoles globally since the launch of the very first. Like the console, these two accessories will be a dark, translucent blue with copper accents.

It's called the 500 Million Limited Edition PS4 Pro and Sony is only making 50,000 of them available worldwide.

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PlayStation Celebrates 500 Million Console Sales With Limited Edition PS4 Pro

The 500 Million Limited Edition PlayStation 4 Pro will release worldwide on August 24, 2018. That's more than you get with most of the console bundles that Sony sells, though unfortunately, there isn't a game packed in. This fetching finish allows you to see the PS4 Pro's (and controller's) innards, and there's even a plaque on the front of the device emblazoned with its serial number. Serial number 09995, for example, commemorates the United States launch date of the original PlayStation; 01115 commemorates the United States launch date of PlayStation 4; and 01013 commemorates the United States launch date of PlayStation VR. The one you buy might even feature the PS4 United States release date serial number 01115, or 01013 for the PSVR launch date. Additionally, you'll be able to buy a 500 Million Limited Edition Gold Wireless Headset with the same translucent blue design and copper detailing for $100 / £78 on September October 11 in Europe. We'll see the console launch at retailers around the United States on August 24, while the controller and headset will follow in early September.

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