Sony recently released a new bundle for its PS4 Slim and it is definitely worth buying. It includes two first-person shooting game for a very reasonable price. Here are the key details you need to know about the offer.
The new bundle arrived after Christmas as mentioned by the official PlayStation blog. Gamers can now pre-order it on the PlayStation Store for only $299.99. The offer includes a new slim 500GB PS4 unit alongside two shooter games.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered are the titles included in the bundle. However, the two games will come in different forms. The former is going to be in Blu-ray disc, while the latter is just a download voucher.
According to Asia Starz, for gamers to play the Call of Duty remaster, the Infinite Warfare disc should be inside the console. This will make the voucher a bit hard to sell as it will require the other disc in the bundle.
Lastly, the bundle will come with a Terminal Bonus Map. It would give gamers the experience of the re-imagined version of the popular Terminal map from Modern Warfare 2.
Now, this bundle is going to be perfect for those who have not yet played the Infinite Warfare. Not only that, it will as well give gamers the chance to play the iconic campaigns of Modern Warfare Remastered.
Meanwhile, the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare was the best-selling video game in the United Kingdom during the week before Christmas. It is the third year in-a-row that the COD franchise topped the chart in a week that concludes on Christmas Eve.
Black Ops 3 and Advanced Warfare were the previous titles that recorded No. 1 in 2015 and 2014, respectively, in the U.K. Although Infinite Warfare has not sold as many copies as Black Ops 3, it just proves that the COD franchise is still strong in the region. This alone is a clear indication that buying the new PS4 Slim bundle is a good deal.
How about you? Are you considering the new bundle? Or, do you still want the previous one that includes Uncharted 4? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.