Last week, we hosted a poll following on from the latest PlayStation 5 info dump. We asked readers about the cost of the next-gen console, offering five different options ranging from below $300 to above $600. Over 1,800 of you voted, and you can see the results below.
As it turns out, 45 per cent of readers reckon the PS5 will be priced between $400 and $500 -- ourselves included, for what it's worth. Not a hugely surprising result given what we know about the system so far -- but could it realistically rise even higher than $500?
A not insignificant number of voters -- 39 per cent -- can see the console landing between $500 and $600, which, again, doesn't seem entirely out of the question given the PS5's known specifications. In any case, we think it's safe to say that the system will end up being priced between $400 and $600 -- it's just a question of whether it'll fall below or above $500.
Eurogamer.pt conducted a similar poll and found comparable results. 42 per cent of their readers said the PS5 will be priced at €499 -- that's around $550. Not many people are expecting this thing to be cheap, then.
Would you buy a PS5 at over $500? Place your bets on a precise PS4 price point in the comments section below.