In a courtroom battle between the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Microsoft, and Activision Blizzard, few court proceedings have been as relevant to the gaming world. From potential game release windows to the true reasons behind Microsoft’s acquisition of ZeniMax and Bethesda, the case has been full of noteworthy moments.

However, amidst these discussions, an interesting detail unrelated to Xbox has come to light regarding Sony, its most direct competitor. Within the court documents, there is a small side note that caught the attention of Axios journalist Stephen Totilo: the projected price of the PlayStation Remote console, known as Project Q (a streaming console).

As seen in Totilo’s tweet, the PlayStation Project Q, expected to launch this year, is anticipated to be priced below $300 (around 3200 Swedish kronor), a sum we assume will also be maintained in euros.

Hopefully, Sony will soon announce both the release date and the final price.