New PS4 Limited-Edition Steel Grey Console Announced For Days Of Play Event

Days of Play is expected to begin in June.

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Sony has announced a new PlayStation 4 model--and it looks pretty slick. The "Days of Play" edition was announced during Sony's State of Play video broadcast this week.

The console features the Triangle, Circle, X, and Square logos on the side of the system, which features a steel-grey look with a matching DualShock 4 controller. It's a 1 TB system for the newer, slimmed down model. Pricing wasn't announced, but it's expected the system will cost in the area of $300 USD if it's in line with the standard PS4 base model. This is that model of system, rather than the faster PS4 Pro.

Sony also released a limited-edition Days of Play PS4 system last year that had more of an eye-catching design. The new console will presumably go on sale in June alongside the start of the Days of Play event. Days of Play is Sony's annual PlayStation celebration where the company offers lots of deals on games and hardware.

This week's State of Play event featured a lot of news, including more details on Monster Hunter: World's next expansion and a new look at a game where you play as a cute possum. Check out GameSpot's State of Play news rundown to find out everything that was shown off.

One thing that wasn't there--which Sony made clear beforehand--was the PS5. Sony recently shared the first details about the upcoming console, despite its release potentially still being more than a year or two away. It offered specs and a high-level overview of what to expect, although it didn't actually confirm the system would be called PlayStation 5.

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