PS4 deals and offers are cropping up everywhere as retailers look to push Sony’s 2016 hardware lineup and a slew of this year’s best releases.
PS4 Pro deals tend to be a little bit meagre compared to their PS4 Slim counterparts but one deal that really took our fancy this week has to be GAME’s excellent PS4 Pro deal with Call of Duty: WW2, Destiny 2 and GT Sport all for under £320. Perfect for those picking up a PS4 for the first time.
Still, Cyber Monday is here with Amazon and other top retailers unveiling a slew of new deals during the big event itself. We’re sure we’ll see even more discounts across Sony’s hardware.
Best Cyber Monday UK PS4 deals
Best Cyber Monday PS4 deals
PS4 500GB FIFA 18 bundle with FIFA 18 Ultimate Team Icons and Rare Player pack – £199 @ Amazon
PS4 Slim 500GB with a Dualshock 4 Controller, Call of Duty: WW2 and free That’s You game download code – £199.95 @ John Lewis
PS4 1TB Star Wars Battlefront 2 Deluxe Bundle with GT Sport – £249.99 @ Argos
PS4 500GB Call of Duty: WWII bundle with GT Sport, Hidden Agenda and 2 months NOW TV Entertainment Pass – £199.99 @ Game
PS4 500GB in White with GT Sport, Singstar playlink and 2 months NOW TV Entertainment Pass – £199.99 @ Game
Best Cyber Monday PS4 Pro deals
PS4 Pro 1TB Star Wars Battlefront II Limited Edition console – £369.99 @ Game
PS4 Pro 1TB with Gran Turismo, extra Dualshock Controller and 12 months PlayStation Network – £379.99 @ Very
PS4 Pro 1TB with FIFA 18 and Call of Duty: WWII – £299.99 @ Very
PS4 Pro 1TB with GT Sport, Unchartered: The Lost Legacy, Overwatch and 2 months subscription to NOW TV – £319.99 @ Game
PS4 Pro 1TB with Call of Duty: WW2, Fallout 4 and Gran Turismo – £299.99 @ Currys PC World
Best UK PS4 deals: What to look for in a bundle
When buying a PlayStation 4, you should consider which games you want, and whether you’ll need to play online with others. If the answer to the latter is yes, then you’ll need to snap up a PlayStation Plus membership (around £40 for a year’s subscription – although Amazon tends to be cheaper).
PlayStation Plus gives you access to online play, along with two to three PlayStation 4 games per month. If you still own a PlayStation 3 and/or a PlayStation Vita, you’ll also get two free games a month for those.
You may think hard drive size is an important factor when purchasing a PlayStation 4, but it’s not really. Not only is it easy to upgrade the internal storage of your PS4, but it’s usually far cheaper than the price difference between consoles. If you’re adamant that you’re going to be playing your PS4 to death, pick up the 1TB model. But if you’re unsure how much time you’ll spend playing on it, don’t think about getting anything more than 500GB; you can always bump up its storage at a later date.
Lastly, and almost as importantly as anything else, you need to decide which model of PlayStation you’d like. New units no longer come with a glossy plastic section above the disc drive (distinguishing launch models from newer ones). However, there’s a wide selection of limited-edition consoles tied in with big games. If you don’t fancy an Uncharted 4, Destiny or Batman: Arkham Knight-themed console, Sony also offers changeable faceplates to add a bit of style and colour to your unit.
This article originally appearerd on Alphr.