PS5 Black Friday 2020 – Sony Playstation 5 Deals, Price, Cyber Monday

Are you ready for the PS5 Black Friday debut in 2020? We will be closely following all of the Sony Playstation 5 news, rumors, speculation and other stuff about whether the first black friday for the epic gaming system from Sony will be released before or after Black Friday 2020.


It looks like we will get to see the first set of PS5 Black Friday deals this year!

PS5 Release Date:

There have been a lot of fake leaks already about the PS5 and when it will be released. A lot of rumors went around that the release date for the PS5 was November 20, 2020 based on Ta rumored leak from Amazon France. However – the leak was denied by Amazon France – so it is totally unclear at this point. Sony has said that it will happen during Holiday 2020, so that is likely some time between October and December this year. They have typically released console systems before Black Friday and Cyber Monday, so unless manufacturing is delayed because of coronavirus, we expect to see them in stores then. If not, we are hopeful that we will see Pre-Order Black Friday Deals at least!

PS5 Technology:

Sony released its first look at the new Playstation design at The Future of Gaming event on June 11, which skips the historic black box design of PS4 for curvy black and white plastic with blue highlighting.. The technology includes AMD Zen 2-based CPU with 8 cores at 3.5GHz, GDDR6 memory (16GB), 10.28 TFLOPs of processing power, ray-tracing, SSD hard drive, PSVR hardware compatibility, a built-in 4K Blu-ray player and will be backwards compatible

Sony PS5 Price

Sony has revealed the look of its next generation gaming consoles which will include a Blu-ray model and a digital edition, but has not yet revealed the pricing. The rumors are that the pricing announcement could be delayed until August, which would give Sony and its partners/retailers time to do pre-sales. The regular price has not been announced as of the end of June but one of the rumors is that the Blu-ray version will be US $549 and the digital edition will be US $449. It was not long ago that Sony hadn’t nailed down the price – there was an announcement to that effect from the CFO in their quarterly earnings call in February.

By comparison, the PS4 and PS4 Pro were both $399 at launch but the rumor has been that it will be more. It has also been suggested by Sony leadership that they will not necessarily be the cheapest in the console war.

New PlayStation 5 Games:

The new consoles are going to be backwards compatible with “almost all” PS4 games, so it may make sense to buy the PS5 Blu-ray version. However, there will be plenty of games released to take advantage of the new technology in the next year. Many of the games do not yet have release dates, but we are sure that they are working hard to try to get them out before Christmas 2020. Here is the list of confirmed games so far as of early Summer 2020: Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Astro’s Playroom, Bugsnax, Control, Deathloop, Demon’s Souls Remake, Destruction Allstars, Dirt 5, Destiny 2, Fortnite, Ghostwire: Tokyo, Godfall, Gran Turismo 7, Kena: Bridge Of Spirits, Jett: The Far Shore, Little Devil Inside, NBA 2K21, Oddworld: Soulstorm, Outriders, Project Athia, Quantum Error, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, Sackboy: A Big Adventure, Scarlet Nexus, Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Vampire: The Masquerade: Bloodlines 2, and Watch Dogs: Legion.

PlayStation 5 Accessories:

The DualSense PS5 controller is the successor to the DualShock. It has haptic feedback (delivers sensations as you play), adaptive triggers (L2 and R2 buttons on the DualSense can match tension of actions like, for example, drawing a bow and arrow ) and a built-in microphone. The Share button on the DualShock has been replaced by the Create button. Other accessories include a Pulse 3D wireless headset, HD camera with dual 1080p lenses (for broadcasting both the gamer and the gameplay), media remote for movies and streaming service navigation, and a charging station for two of the wireless controllers.

Impact of Coronavirus on PS5:

Sony released a press release in March from one of its public relations agencies that the global coronavirus pandemic had not yet delayed the PS5 release. There has been a lot of developments on the COVID-19 front since then, so we will just have to wait until early August for the release of earnings and the conference call / annual meeting for another update.


The first Black Friday after the Sony PS5 game system release will see season low prices to generate buzz about the product and see reach buyers take advantage of big sales to stretch their budget and buy the new video game console bundle with games and become the first of their friends to splurge on the future of gaming.

Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals

We still aren’t sure what year it will be released by Sony but we are positive that we will have the best deals available posted here so that you can get big discounts whether it happens on Black Friday 2019, or Black Friday 2020. It seems so far away to be planning this early but this will likely be an epic gaming release that changes the entirety of the gaming market.

We will post it here when it is available!

Sony Playstation 5 Release Date

Industry analysts have speculated that the new game system won’t be ready until 2020. However, the pace of technological advancement is quickening and there is fierce competition between Microsoft and Sony to be the next to put a popular game system in the market. We will be watching closely to see whether the PS5 will have its first Black Friday in 2019, or 2020.

April 2019 Update: According to an announcement from Sony, the earliest the Playstation 5 will hit store shelves is May 2020. It is still more than a year away from launch. However, we have gotten leaks identifying some of the details already. The PS5 will be compatible with the PS4 as well as Playstation VR. It will also have support for 8K resolution graphics. Features include SSD storage, 3D audio, an eight-core CPU and a custom AMD Radeon Navi GPU. The name of the new platform hasn’t been officially released but we are continuing to assume that it will follow the series and become the PS 5.

PS5 Price Speculation

The regular price of Sony’s next generation gaming system is projected to be $399 but it could be positioned as high as $499. This $499 price point would indicate its place as a premium gaming system and reflect the new technology that it incorporates. It will probably see discounts of between $50-100 from its regular price on its first Black Friday and Cyber Monday, depending on the package and possibly an additional discount when there is a bundle of games purchased together with it. Competition via the release of another big video game system may also drive the price lower.

Ad Release Dates

We already know that Sony, Best Buy, GameStop and several other stores will be announcing big sales on the Playstation 5 over Thanksgiving weekend when it hits the market. The release of Black Friday ads is moving earlier and earlier as it could soon be as early as September when the first ad is leaked to the market. However, it seems likely that the electronics retailers will continue to wait until November so that their competitors don’t have time to match or beat the amazing prices and gift cards they are offering to buyers.

We know it is at least months if not years until the PS5 hits Black Friday deals. But when it does, we will be bringing all of them to you here. It is a virtual certainty that the retailers will be competing to bring shoppers the best price as doorbusters to get the dollars in the door. Stop back soon to continue to get updates when they are available for posting.

Last Update: June 28, 2020

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