The PS5 will hit retail on April 4, 2017.
It will retail for $399, $99.99, $79.99 and $59.99 depending on the model, and comes with 4K video, the ability to stream Netflix or Hulu TV, a built-in PSVR headset, and a camera that can capture up to 20 photos at once.
The PlayStation VR headset, the headset that connects to the PS5, will be $200, and the PlayStation Camera, which will connect to the PlayStation VR and record video, will cost $100.
PS5 is set to be the first console to have a $500 price point, according to Sony.
A $300 bundle will include an optional $100 PlayStation Camera with built-ins for both the camera and PS4 gamepad, as well as the PlayStation 5 headset and the PS4 controller.
This bundle is a big jump from the PS2’s $300 PS5 Bundle, which was only available to pre-order.
The PS4 and PS5 bundles are currently available to order on Amazon for $299 and $349, respectively.
Sony has yet to release pricing on the PSVR, but will likely announce pricing on that at a later date.
Sony’s PlayStation VR bundle will also include the PS Vita, which is coming in the form of a $100 bundle, but Sony has not announced pricing for that.
Sony will be selling the PS VR headset on a pre-installed PS4, PS4 Pro, and PSVR Pro bundle.
The $100 PS5 bundle is also coming to PS4 players, but that bundle is currently only available in Europe and the Middle East.
This means that the $300 PlayStation 4 and PS3 bundles will not be available in the U.S.