PlayStation Project Q To Be Priced Under $300, Claims Microsoft

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Might Cost More Than $200!

PlayStation’s first handheld in over a decade was revealed last month during the PlayStation Showcase. The Project Q is a streaming device that allows users to stream games from the PS5 console.

However, Sony has not revealed more information about the handheld, and many users are concerned about the price of the handheld. Following Microsoft’s upcoming case against the FTC, the gaming giant has hinted at this price.

Microsoft believes that PlayStation Project Q will cost under $300.

Why it matters: While Project Q does not look very appealing, its price could make it a great buy for certain users. However, a price close to $300 may be too high for those interested in the handheld.

PlayStation Project Q Under $300
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The Project Q is designed as an accessory for the PS5 console. Users can stream directly from the console, and it also includes features like Haptic Feedback from the DualSense controller.

Tom Henderson first leaked PlayStation Project Q. The leaker expected a price of $200 for the handheld, but Microsoft’s report might hint at a higher price. If PlayStation prices the device closer to the $300 mark, users may lose interest.

Around $300, the handheld would be very close to the price of a digital PS5. While both serve different functions, users may find it hard to justify a price almost the same as the digital console.

Following the reveal, a report claimed the PlayStation Project Q would include four hours of battery life. This has led to negative sentiment around PlayStation’s first handheld in several years, but it remains to be seen if the device will perform well on the market.

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