It was recently reported by PlayStation that the new console will support a host of streaming apps when the machine lauches in November.
The gaming giant took to Twitter to reveal to fans that the PS5 will have the likes of Apple TV, Disney +, Netflix, Spotify, Twitch and YouTube accessible for gamers. Of this information won’t factor into if gamers buy the console entirely however it is a nice addition to enhance the console.
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✔️ Apple TV— PlayStation (@PlayStation) October 22, 2020
Details on the entertainment apps shipping day one on #PS5: https://t.co/amZFtPHQ2P pic.twitter.com/mtmOj6N1vt
The console is set to launch on November 12 in the USA and worldwide on November 19. There are going to be two versions of the console up for grabs, the digital version that is priced at $399 and the machine that can support physical games which will set you back $499.
The console will come with a newly crafted media remote which will house buttons to launch Youtube, Netflix, Spotify and Disney+ with ease. It’s sleek deisgn matching the PS5 perfectly.//z-na.amazon-adsystem.com/widgets/onejs?MarketPlace=US&adInstanceId=e9085c13-3343-41be-b5b6-8c2e90f21a17
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But thats not all, PlayStation also revealed there are more hidden gems to come, there will also be MyCanal, Hulu, Peacock, Amazon Prime Video and many more that will eventually arrive to the console, however will not be available from release.
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