Sony PlayStation 4 Starwars Battlefront Edition
Geeky gamers who have an affinity for both the long-running Star Wars franchise and Sony’s PlayStation 4 gaming console will have something new to look forward to this coming November. In a press release sent to us recently by Sony Computer Entertainment Hong Kong Limited Singapore Branch (SCES), we have been informed of the upcoming availability of the Star Wars Battlefront PS4 Bundle with limited edition custom-made PS4s and Dual Shock controllers.

Yes, the Sony PS4 as well as the Dual Shock controller for the PS4 will soon be sold as part of a Star Wars Battlefront bundle that is very clearly inspired by none other than Darth Vader. According to the official announcement, the Star Wars Battlefront PS4 Bundle will be released on November 17th, with a suggested retail price of Php 19,990 (around $434 USD).

In case you don’t know, Star Wars Battlefront is one of the most highly-anticipated multiplayer games for the Sony PS4, as it will allow between 8 and 40 players in total to battle it out in different multiplayer game modes. It will also offer players the chance to play in split-screen via online co-op, or simply try to complete game missions on their own offline.

The Star Wars Battlefront PS4 Bundle includes a PS4 system with a 500GB hard drive, a copy of Star Wars Battlefront for the PS4, four different Star Wars Classic voucher cards, a customized Dual Shock 4 PS4 controller, a mono headset, an HDMI cable, a USB cable, and an AC charger, plus a 1-year extended warranty for the PS4.

If this sounds like the kind of PS4 that you’ve been waiting for, then join the rest of the Star Wars and PS4 fans when it becomes available for pre-order on Friday, October 23, via Sony Stores and PlayStation Authorized Dealers scattered all over the Philippines. The pre-order period lasts from October 23 up to November 16.

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