Sony PlayStation and Microsoft appear to have another major pricing issue in mind when they release PS5 and Xbox Two.
Neither of the two calculators has a solid release date, but we know that this is the case and they are expected to be launched in 2020.
Sony has slowly released its plans for the PS5, including an extensive list of features that will be included.
Meanwhile, Microsoft is expected to see great details about the next Xbox console confirmed during the E3 of 2019.
Aside from the release date, the other important news that is shared by neither company is how much the new ones Consoles cost.
This is an important factor in deciding which slot machine comes out. Top, the key to PS4's success.
However, something happened earlier this month that could affect the price of the PS5 and Xbox Two.
The Office of the United States Sales Representative has taken new details on what is being released new g oods are being considered for new duties.
These fees could be up to 25% for new goods imported from China, a huge production base for many companies.
There are numerous articles in the list, including "Video Game Consoles and Machines," which undoubtedly includes the PS5 and Xbox Two.
At the moment we can not be sure if these new tariffs apply to the console, but if so, a change of 25% would lead to a significant price change.
Analysts are already predicting that these new slot machines could be sold at a loss, making the new plan even more important.
And this will not just be a factor for the future According to Game Rant, the hearing for these new tariffs will take place next month and could come into effect in the same month. The schedule currently sees June 1
Currently, such changes are only suggested and still need to be implemented. Companies and industry analysts have already commented on the introduction of additional commodity tariffs.
Former Microsoft COO Bob Herbold shared his thoughts on the collective bargaining situation in early May and told FOX Business Monday:
"From someone who has spent throughout their career in the industry trying to figure things out quickly before they fester, and what happens in the US is that this really festers.
"Both sides do not want to lose face, and consequently, you" I see the classic behavior of two main actors here who do not give in. It is a pity that they can not meet privately and solve this problem.
"China is particularly robust in terms of its strength in research and development and technology in the areas of science and technology, and they are currently posing a major threat for us, "he said.
Meanwhile, Sony Vice President Ichiro Takagi announced in January that the company may need to outsource production from China.  "Of course we will consider manufacturing in other countries and regions," he said during CES.
It is unclear to what extent this would affect the production of the PS5 or future Microsoft consoles.