Leaked First? DG of Immigration Claims PS5 Console Price Equivalent to 12 E-Passports!


It doesn’t feel like next week will be a moment of transition for the console generation that is ready to bring many new evolutions. Sony’s preparation to launch the PlayStation 5 itself is very mature and they have even provided the console as a review material to many media to well-known influencers. Although many gamers around the world have also secured their pre-orders, unfortunately Indonesia is one of the countries that has not officially obtained this access.

Kominfo has indeed provided an official issued certificate for its console, but for the time being PT. Sony Indonesia has not provided information regarding the official price of the console when it enters Indonesia. But who would have thought that the Directorate General of Immigration through its official Facebook account had leaked the PS5 price which was claimed to be equivalent to 12 E-Passports.

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If one E-Passport price is 650 thousand as they inform, then the PS5 price is 7.8 million. Of course this is probably just a rough estimate from the DG of Immigration, and the price of the console could be cheaper. However, 7.8 million is arguably a fairly rational price and it does feel normal for a new next-gen console.

Can’t wait for the console? The PlayStation 5 will be released on November 12 in several countries, such as the United States, Japan, and South Korea before being followed in other regions on November 19. Because the console production is more limited, you should immediately participate in securing the pre-orders when they are available in Indonesia.

Source: Directorate General of Immigration via Facebook

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