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Yoshida: PlayStation 4 Will Have "An Affordable Price"

Posted on Thursday, February 21 @ 10:50:15 Eastern by Alex_Osborn

Sony made a huge mistake several years back when they launched the PS3 with such a high price tag. Fortunately, the company doesn't plan to make the same blunder with the PlayStation 4, as Sony Worldwide Studios head Shuhei Yoshida has said that it will be priced affordably.

"The architecture choice we have made this time around has allowed us not to invest to create dedicated factories and conducting factories and things like that — so that helps in order for us to provide an affordable price to consumers," Yoshida explained.

We still have no idea what the console will cost (or what it looks like for that matter), but this is certainly some encouraging news. How low does Sony have to go to get you in line on launch day? Let us know in the comments below.

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