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PS4 Launch Day Bundles Are Available, Xbox One Still Isn't Sold Out

Posted on Saturday, June 15 @ 22:39:34 Eastern by Jonathan_Leack


The PlayStation 4 launch edition may have sold out within 24-hours, but there are some bundles available. Sure, they might cost a little more, but who wants a console without games?

Four different PS4 launch bundles are currently available on Amazon, including the following:
  • PS4 Battlefield 4 Launch Day Bundle ($499.99)
  • PS4 Killzone and PS Plus Launch Bundle ($499.99)
  • PS4 Knack Launch Bundle ($459.99)
  • PS4 Watch Dogs Launch Bundle ($459.99)
Each bundle is gauranteed to be available on launch day and includes the console, controller, HDMI cable, power cable, wired headset, and USB cable.

In other news, the Xbox One Day One Edition console still hasn't sold out despite pre-orders being available for a full five days. That rarely happens as interested consumers and scalpers usually clean up in no-time—as they did with the PS4. Maybe it's a case of production being extremely high. Or perhaps it's a sign of failure to come. We'll see soon as both consoles release during the holiday season.
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