The PlayStation Portal can now be purchased in Spain both through PlayStation Direct and through the usual distributors for a price of 219.99 euros.
Less than three months after your official announcementPlayStation Portal, Sony’s portable console for play PlayStation 5 games streamingofficially arrives in Spain to allow you enjoy all compatible titles with the same immersive experience as that of the I send Dual Sense from your PS5.
Next, we are going to reveal to you what it is the official price of PlayStation Portal in Spain and where you will be able to buy the new portable console from the Japanese company.
Price and where to buy the new PlayStation Portal
Sony has just officially announced that PlayStation Portal can now be purchased in Spain both through the manufacturer’s official store, PlayStation Directas well as through the usual distributors a recommended retail price of 219.99 euros.
PlayStation Portal is PlayStation’s first remote gaming device and works paired to a PS5 console on and/or in rest mode over your home Wi-Fi network. This portable console has a screen 8-inch LCD with 1080p resolution at 60 fps which offers similar functionalities to the Dual Sense touch panel and with two controls on the sides that inherit from the PlayStation 5 controller the feel of the joysticks, the travel of the triggers and even the haptic vibrationsomething that has been confirmed to us our colleagues from IGN Spain after trying PlayStation Portal before his recent landing in our country.
With PlayStation Portal, PlayStation 5 owners will be able to comfortably play a wide variety of compatible games installed on your home console, including both PS5 and PS4 titles.
So, for example, with PlayStation Portal you can play such acclaimed adventure games as Horizon Forbidden West, Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, Baldur’s Gate 3, Final Fantasy XVI, God of War Ragnarok o The Last of Us Parte 1to well-known titles such as Gran Turismo 7, EA Sports FC 24 or Sims 4, to popular games such as Genshin Impact or Destiny 2 and indie video games such as Sea of Stars o Hades.
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