Sony has finally revealed the price and release date of the PlayStation 5.
The console will arrive in November, days after the Xbox Series X, it said during a showcase event.
But the UK will have to wait another week, getting the console later than many other countries.
When it does arrive, it will cost $499.99, the same in euros, £449.99 or ¥49,980. The digital edition, which is the same but does not come with a disc drive, costs $399, the same in euros, £359.99 or ¥39,980.
It will arrive on 12 November in the US, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand and South Korea.
The rest of the world will have to wait another week, until 19 November.
The Xbox Series X and Series S will arrive earlier, and cost less for the entry level model.
Microsoft’s consoles both drop on 10 November, with pre-orders opening on 22 September. Sony did not give any information about when pre-orders might open.
The Xbox Series X costs the exact same as the more expensive version of the PlayStation 5: £449, $499, or €499.
But Microsoft is also offering the Xbox Series S for a considerably lower price. That will cost £249, $299 or €299 – $100 or pounds cheaper than the digital PS5.