If you’re still debating between the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, Sony may have made the decision a little easier for you.
During its press conference at E3 Monday night, the company announced that the PS4 will cost just $399 — $100 less than Microsoft’s Xbox One.
While Sony officially announced the PS4 this February, Monday marked the first time we were able to see the console.
The PS4 has an X86 processor, enhanced PC GPU and 8GB of high-speed unified memory. It also features a dual-shock controller that includes a touchpad, headphone jack and share button.
Upon release, a number of big titles will make their way to the console, including Destiny, Watch Dogs, Batman: Arkham Origins, and Kingdom Hearts 3.
The PlayStation 4 will hit store shelves this holiday season.