Some are worried recently about Microsoft’s light lineup forecast for the year, with confusion around the lackluster launch of the Xbox One X. New Rumors have led to a persistent belief that Microsoft is currently shopping around IP to invest in to fix that problem. The company is searching for the right partner to create the next Xbox exclusive games through exclusivity contracts which have not been used much this console generation but were a major theme of the PlayStation 3 vs Xbox 360 console wars.
Currently there’s more than a handful of deals going on in the United States video games market. Everything from games to computer parts and even the consoles themselves have a discount one place or another. Perhaps it’s an after-shock from the New Year and Christmas, or maybe it’s in precedence of upcoming rumored hardware in the next few years. Either way, it’s always a great time to get deeper into gaming, and these deals offer up the chance for gamers to get more bang for their buck now.
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Sony has officially confirmed that the price of the standard PlayStation 4 console will be reduced to $349.99 in the United States tomorrow, Friday October 9, 2015, and this includes Sony’s first-party studios Naughty Dog product The Nathan Drake Collection PS4 Bundle while supplies last.
The Limited Edition Call of Duty Black Ops III PS4 Bundle with 1 Terabyte hard drive already installed goes for $429.99 and releases November 6, 2015.
This Limited Edition Star Wars Battlefront PS4 Bundle with Darth Vader on it and a custom DualShock 4 controller retails at $399.99 on November 17, 2015 and the standard PS4 console with black DualShock 4 can be purchased with Star Wars Battlefront as a bundle for $349.99 as of November 17 as well.
This announcement comes at the heals of overwhelming demand paired with success in the PS4 brand. Pressure had recently been applied to the pricing structure as retailers had leaked the price cuts ahead of this announcement. Microsoft is expected to announce some form of price cut as well, and one thing that would be great to see is an option for a bigger stock hard drive in one of these Limited Edition consoles, 2 Terabytes or larger would be great.