Finally, after many months of speculation, and a delay, the Atari VCS is now up for pre-order. You can either choose a “collector’s edition” that features a wood-front finish for $299, or a classic black Onyx edition at $199. Both models and classic joysticks will only be available for pre-order on Indiegogo, but unfortunately, nothing will ship until mid-2019.Just to recap, it’s powered by an AMD custom processor that runs a variant of Linux. Continue reading for two more videos, including Tempest 4000 footage.
” It also includes built-in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5, a USB 3 port, and expandable storage. You’ll also be able to connect up USB game controllers, mice and keyboards, webcams, microphones, or speakers and headphones. Atari is shipping the VCS with its Atari Vault, which includes more than 100 classic games. Asteroids, Centipede, Breakout, and Gravitar will all be playable on the VCS, alongside PC games that aren’t too intensive,” according to The Verge. Indie Gogo page.