PS4 Price Comparison by Country Listed, Most Expensive PS4 in the World Revealed

October 6, 2014 Written by Mark Labbe

PS4 Prices

If you think that the a new PlayStation 4 is pricey in the US, then you should take a look at prices of the gaming console in other countries. 

A post by Bloomberg looks at the cost of a PS4 is 45 countries, with the most expensive places to get a PS4 at the top. At number 1 is Brazil, where it costs around $1,702 to get a new PS4 there. Argentina is a close second, with it costing some $1,387 for the gaming console.

The United States is all the way down at number 44, where it costs us around $399 to get a PS4. Japan, according to the list, is the only country that actually sells the PS4 for a cheaper amount ($392).

Although $399 is still rather pricey for a video game console, it is still a good deal compared to many of the other countries out there. Check out the list below for the top 15 most expensive countries to buy a PS4 in.

  1. Brazil — 3,999 real ($1,702)
  2. Argentina* — 10,999 pesos ($1,388)
  3. Sweden — 4,399 kronor ($692)
  4. Colombia — 1.4 million pesos ($688)
  5. Norway — 3,999 kroner ($672)
  6. Chile — 379,990 pesos ($666)
  7. India — 39,990 rupees ($654)
  8. Denmark — 3,499 kroner ($653)
  9. Finland — 449 euros ($625)
  10. Poland — 1,899 zloty ($625)
  11. Indonesia — 7 million rupiah ($620)
  12. Thailand — 19,900 baht ($615)
  13. Turkey — 1,349 lira ($608)
  14. Hungary — 133,900 forint ($598)
  15. South Africa — 6,299 rand ($586)

Be sure to click on the Bloomberg link below to see the whole list. What do you think of these prices? Let us know in the comments.

[Source: Bloomberg, The Wall Street Journal]