The Japanese company has announced that what's actually called PlayStation Portal will cost 199.99 dollars/219.99 euro/199.99 pound when it launches later this year. It's important to reiterate that this will only be able to stream games already installed on your PlayStation 5, so you won't be able to enjoy the games available with PlayStation Plus Premium's cloud streaming feature on it.
Today's announcement doesn't stop there, because Sony also reveals that the earbuds are called PlayStation Pulse Explore and will also cost 199.99 dollars/219.99 euro/199.99 pound. They'll have dual microphones and AI-enhanced noise rejection to truly avoid background noise ruining the experience. We're also told they'll be the first devices using custom-designed planar magnetic drivers that will take the sound to another level. This technology will be in a second product those of us who think audio is a very important part of gaming should take note of as well.
We finally have confirmation that the already great Pulse 3D headset is getting a new and improved version called PlayStation Pulse Elite. This won't just have the original's lossless audio, but also a retractable boom mic and the same AI-enhanced noise rejection as the Pulse Explore. A charging hanger is also included, so it's rather surprising that it'll only cost 149.99 dollars/149.99 euro/129.99 pound when it launches sometime in the future.