Alrighty then, lads and germs: we have the starts of our next console generation confirmed. Sony tonight announced the PlayStation 5 will launch November 12th in the US, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, and South Korea, then November 19th for the rest of the world. That’s two days after the Xbox Series X, launching November 10th. The regular PS5 will cost £450/€500/$500 and it’s £360/€400/$400 for a ‘Digital Edition’ without a disc drive. This might not mean much to us on PC at first, unless you’re buying a PS5 too of course, but new consoles will have many consequences for us over years to come.