With only 7 weeks to go till Sony releases its next generation PlayStation 4 console in the UK, finally customers awaiting PS4 bundles and prices have been given what they want as GAME today revealed its pricing structure for the PS4 from release day.
GAME has emailed its customers today regarding the “Phase One” or launch day bundles that will be available from the 29th of November across all stores and online.
From day one customers will be able to pick up the PS4 in 6 different console bundles which vary from £399.99 to £449.99 in price. Customers who pre-ordered the PS4 before this announcement will be able to select a bundle or just will receive the bundle priced version if they already have made their game selection.
Customers can choose from packages including Killzone: Shadowfall, Watch Dogs, DriveClub, FIFA 14 and Call of Duty: Ghosts (the latter costing £10 more than all other packages). There’s even a package with the PlayStation 4 Camera accessory and an extra DualShock 4 controller.
The bundles on offer are as follows:
- Bundle 1) £399.99 – PlayStation 4 & Killzone: Shadowfall
- Bundle 2) £399.99 – PlayStation 4 & Watch Dogs
- Bundle 3) £449.99 – PlayStation 4, Killzone: Shadowfall, PS Eye & extra DualShock 4
- Bundle 4) £439.99 – PlayStation 4, Killzone: Shadowfall & DriveClub
- Bundle 5) £399.99 – PlayStation 4 & FIFA 14
- Bundle 6) £409.99 – PlayStation 4 & Call Of Duty: Ghosts
GAME has previously sold out of pre-order consoles from the 6th of August so gamers who look to pre-order the PS4 from now on will not get a device before release day, but GAME has promised that all customers with pre-orders placed after this date will get their console in time for Christmas, though there are no exact release dates.
So if you want to surprise your loved ones with a PS4 under the Christmas tree you may want to get a pre-order in now before pre-order stock runs out again.
We are still awaiting official confirmation from Sony on just what price individual games for the PS4 will be priced at (RRP), but it is expected that titles will retail at £55 individually in the UK, which is a bit of a bum deal as in the US games are on sale for $59.99 and a direct conversion of that price would make for some very attractively priced games indeed.