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The Last of Us, Destiny Special Edition PS4s Coming to Japan

Posted on Friday, July 18 @ 11:23:05 PST by Alex_Osborn
Sony has revealed two special edition PlayStation 4 consoles that will be available for purchase in Japan. The first is a Destiny-branded machine that looks a lot like the white one we're getting in the west; however, the game's logo is actually slapped onto the top of the console itself.

Check it.

The other console bundle is tied to The Last of Us Remastered, which, unlike the Destiny console, is black like the model currently available in stores. The difference here is a snazzy logo along the top, which is accompanied by the faces of the two main characters.

Oh yeah, and if you haven't already heard, there's a third special edition PlayStation 4 coming to Japan that is adorned with an image from the Disney movie Frozen, but let's just pretend like that one doesn't exist.

Will you be picking up either Destiny or The Last of Us Remastered when they launch later this year? If so, let us know which in the comments below.

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