You can get Elite Dangerous for your PS4 digitally and at retail starting today.
If you've been wanting to play Elite: Dangerous, but you don't have a PC or Xbox One to play it on, here's some good news: the game is now available on the PlayStation 4. Frontier Developments announced today that the game and its season pass are both available digitally on the PlayStation Store separately, or together in the Commander Deluxe Edition, which also includes the bonus Commander Paint Pack.
If you prefer physical media, there's a retail version as well. The Elite: Dangerous: Legendary Edition will pack in the base game, the Elite: Dangerous: Horizons season pass, and a bonus 1,000 Frontier points that can be used to purchase in-game cosmetic items. This retail version will be available for both PS4 and Xbox One.
If you've got a PS4 Pro, you'll be able to choose between two graphics settings: "Quality," which favors better graphics, and "Performance," which prioritizes framerate.
Elite Dangerous has been available on PC since December of 2014, and on Mac and Xbox One since October of 2015.