Players can also pick up a 500 Million Limited Edition Gold Wireless Headset featuring the system's translucent design for $99.99, though it appears the headset won't be appearing in any console bundles. 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.
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There was no immediate comment from the Houthis in response to the coalition allegations. The Saudi coalition has been at war with the Houthis since March 2015.
The case will feature a transluscent dark blue shell and come with a DualShock 4 wireless controller with a matching scheme.
PlayStation has cleared the 500-million-systems-sold mark and then some: Sony's worldwide console sales are sitting at just over 525 million.
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The 500 Million Limited Edition PS4 Pro will be available for a price of $499.99 Dollars. Some lucky buyers will also get their consoles engraved with special serial numbers that commemorate important events of PlayStation, said Sony. You can check PlayStation.com for details on which retailers will have units. To celebrate this milestone, the company is launching a translucent blue PlayStation 4 Pro, with a lineup of matching accessories to go along with it.
The units will be serialized with a copper plaque on it, though it's hard to think of 50,000 units as a "limited" run. Look out for serial numbers like 09995, which refers to the USA launch date of the original PlayStation on September 9, 1995. As with the Gold Wireless Headset, it will be sold in limited quantities in early September 2018.
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The annual show is the result of Earth's proximity to the "gritty" debris of Comet 109P/Swift-Tuttle, Boyle said in a release. Those bits of cosmic dust fall into our atmosphere, creating the bright streaks we see as meteors in the night sky.
Have a gander at the new console in the video below.