The PlayStation Portal costs $329.95 in Australia and is available for pre-order now

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Brodie Fogg
Nov 14, 2023
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Published on November 14, 2023

On the eve of the PlayStation Portal’s launch in the US, Sony has finally revealed when Australians will get their mitts on the handheld PlayStation 5 companion and just how much it will cost.

The PlayStation Portal (formerly Project Q) will cost $329.95 when it officially releases in Australia on the 2nd of February 2024. Pre-orders are available now through Amazon Australia.

 

How much does the PlayStation Portal handheld cost in Australia?

The official launch price for the PlayStation Portal is $329.95 in Australia. Admittedly, that’s cheaper than we expected but also as expensive as you could make it considering the DualSense Edge already costs $339 in Australia.

Pre-orders are available through Amazon, EB Games, JB HI-FI and more. Prior to launch, there aren’t any deals available for the PlayStation Portal, with all retailers we can find charging between $329 and $329.95.

The most sound deal is probably through Amazon Australia. You’ll get free delivery and a pre-order price guarantee; basically the price won’t change between now and launch.

When does the PlayStation Portal release in Australia?

As mentioned above, the PlayStation Portal is available to pre-order now in Australia. Units will ship from Friday, the 2nd of February 2024; same date that the device will appear on store shelves in Australia.

It’s a bit of a wait considering the US can already get their hands on the PlayStation Portal in 2023.

You’re also going to want to wait for local reviews. The WiFi-only device seems to be coping okay in America according to reviews, but the Australian home internet situation isn’t quite as advanced (at least for those on a subpar NBN technology.)

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Brodie Fogg
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Brodie Fogg
Brodie Fogg is the Australian editorial lead at Reviews.org. He has covered consumer tech, telecommunications, video games, streaming and entertainment for over five years at websites like WhistleOut and Finder and can be found sharing streaming recommendations at 7NEWS every month.

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