PlayStation recently announced the PS5 Slim, but one question remained surrounding its release date. Now, a reliable insider has revealed when it is expected to launch.
This version of the PS5 is a much more lightweight and compact console while also increasing the storage capacity from 825 GB to 1 TB.
The increase in capacity will surely excite PlayStation fans, and here is the leaked release for the PS5 Slim consoles.
Leaked Release Date for the PS5 Slim
The PS5 Slim (Disc & Digital) is set to release on November 10, 2023, in the United States and Japan, according to reliable insiders Dealabs.
The French outlet reveals the console will also have a new bundle available for purchase, including Spider-Man 2. This pack will be released two days earlier, on November 8, 2023.
Additionally, Japanese outlets such as Amazon Japan have started to list the console for pre-order. This suggests a release date is nearing for the PS5 Slim.
Currently, no other regions have had release dates revealed or leaked. PlayStation’s blog stated that the console will be released first in the U.S. and “will continue to roll out globally in the following months.”
So, fans in Europe and other parts of the globe may have to wait a little longer to get their hands on the PS5 Slim.
The PlayStation 5 Slim comes with everything you would expect from a PS5. This console’s power has simply been compacted into a smaller build.
You can check out our full specs comparison between the PS5 and the PS5 Slim.