PS4 Price Cut Goes Into Effect, Now Level With Xbox One
Today also marks the release of Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection.
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In North America, you can now buy a PlayStation 4 starting at $350. The $50 price cut was announced yesterday and goes into effect today at retailers across the United States and Canada. With the price cut, the PS4 is now offered at the same starting price as the Xbox One going into the holiday season.
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Today, October 9, also marks the release of Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection, a PS4 game that Sony believes can be a system-seller. The game also has its own PS4 bundle, which is marked down to $350 starting today. Check out the image below for a complete breakdown of bundles and pricing.
As of June 30, Sony had shipped more than 25.3 million PS4 consoles around the world. Sony is expected to announce a new figure on October 29 when the company reports earnings for the latest quarter.
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