Sony’s next-generation gaming console, the PlayStation 5, with a price tag of $500, is available for pre-order in Egypt after about 6 months. The price is 15,999 Egyptian Pounds, or approximately $1,000.
2020 was an extremely important year for the gaming world. One of the biggest reasons it is important is undoubtedly the next generation of consoles. The next generation of consoles is unfortunately in trouble in terms of stock, but it is also troublesome in terms of price for some countries, including us.
It’s been nearly six months since the release of Sony’s next-generation console, the PlayStation 5, and the console is set to go on sale in Egypt for the first time. But unfortunately at an extremely high price. The console, which normally has a price tag of $500, will be sold in Egypt for 15,999 Egyptian Liras, or about $1,000. Likewise, the accessories of the console are sold at extremely high prices. The primary reason for the high price is, of course, the economy. However, the main secondary reason is the taxes on prices. There is a significant tax, especially on imported products.