Sony’s PlayStation 4 just dropped from $US400 to $US350 overnight. Not bad!
The move is the first price drop for the PlayStation 4 since the game console launch back in November 2013 — it originally cost $US400, a $US100 undercut on Microsoft’s $US500 Xbox One game console.
Better still, Sony’s offering a mess of bundles this holiday so you can buy a new console, a new game, and still get a relatively good deal. Here’s Sony’s chart breaking down all the bundles:
In effect, a bunch of these bundles make the price even lower. If you buy the “Star Wars: Battlefront” bundle, for instance, you’re getting a new PlayStation 4 at $US350 with a free $US60 game.
The same thing goes for the “Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection” bundle, which costs the same price as a PlayStation 4 by itself now. The price change goes into effect officially on October 9 — so, uh, maybe don’t buy a PlayStation 4 until then.
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