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PlayStation 4 Priced At $399

Posted on Monday, June 10 @ 20:14:51 PST by Alex_Osborn

To close out its E3 press conference Sony announced that the PlayStation 4 will cost just $399, a whopping $100 below the Xbox One.

At this point I'd say it's safe to say that Sony managed to outshine Microsoft today. Not only is the PlayStation 4 a more consumer-friendly platform, it's a much cheaper option as well. Is Microsoft in trouble now? Has Sony got this in the bag? Let us know in the comments below.

Don't forget that Nintendo is hosting its E3 briefing tomorrow morning. As such, be sure to check back here at GameRevolution bright and early for more news and previews throughout the day.
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