Million Limited Edition PS4 Pro arrives on shelves in August

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A Limited Edition 2TB PS4 Pro Is Being Released To Celebrate 500 Million PlayStations Sold

The now household name is celebrating the milestone of 500 million consoles sold worldwide with the release of a gorgeous new PlayStation Pro. It is called the 500 Million Limited Edition PlayStation 4 Pro. Not only that it is also accompanied by DualShock 4 wireless controller and mono headset; both with matching translucent body. (The PlayStation logo also appear in copper on the system.) On the plate is your console's specific limited edition serial number on it, so you know which of the 50,000 units it is.

The console will come with a massive 2 TB hard disk drive, and it will cost $499.99 United States dollars or $639.99 CAD in North America and €499 in Europe.

You can find a list of retailers who'll be offering the limited edition versions on PS.com, and more details on the PlayStation Blog.

Sony Interactive Entertainment has introduced yet another special variant of its PlayStation 4 Pro but this particular model is rather different from any other limited edition release that the company has produced before. Like the console, these two accessories will be a dark, translucent blue with copper accents.

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The 500 Million Limited Edition DualShock 4 will also be available as a standalone purchase for $64.99 United States dollars / $74.99 CAD / €64.99 / 6,480 yen.

According to the PlayStation blog the PS4 Pro 500 Million Limited Edition release date is August 24 with a price of Euro 499 (roughly Rs. 39,730).

The limited edition DualShock and Gold Wireless Headset will be available in select quantities at North American retail in September. These links leave Siliconera.

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