The console is going for between RM1,869 and RM2,299.
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Good news: The highly anticipated PlayStation 5 has arrived in Malaysia.
Bad news: It was sold out within minutes.
After Sony has opened up pre-orders for the next generation console, many were excited to get their hands on the latest PlayStation hardware.
Although some did manage to finish their orders, others were not so happy with how fast the console flew off shelves.
Many of them expressed their disappointment on Sony Malaysia’s Facebook page.
The announcement sent gamers running to their nearest Sony store, with lines starting to form in shopping malls.
Que up for Ps5 💯 location Mid Valley SouthKey pic.twitter.com/NXbNeQbqeT— Malaysian Dude (@shahkdd) November 12, 2020
For those still hopeful, the Digital Edition is priced at RM1,869 while the regular PS5 will be available at RM2,299 at Sony’s official stores.
If you want to try to get your hands on one, you can visit Sony’s official store.
Unkempt in both stories and appearance, Hakim loves tech but tech left him on read, previously he used to write about tall buildings and unoccupied spaces that he canâ€™t afford, and legend has it that he still canâ€™t afford it to this day