Sony announces limited edition ‘Batman: Arkham Knight’ PS4 console

If you’re still on the fence about buying a Xbox One or PS4 to play Batman: Arkham Knight this summer, today’s news may push you towards Sony. The company just announced a limited edition Batman: Arkham Knight PS4 console! It comes in steel grey instead of the typical black, features a cool Batman graphic right on the console, and comes with a copy of the game as well.

It’s available for pre-order now!

Check out Sony’s announcement below for more info. I almost regret buying a Xbox One now!

This special bundle will be available for $449.99 (MSRP) and will include the limited edition Steel Grey PS4 system chassis with a custom Batman: Arkham Knight faceplate, a matching DualShock 4 wireless controller in Steel Grey and the explosive finale to the award-winning Arkham trilogy, Batman: Arkham Knight.

In addition to the limited edition bundle, we’ll also have a Batman: Arkham Knight PS4 Bundle available for $399.99 (MSRP), which includes a PS4 system and DualShock 4 controller in Jet Black and Batman: Arkham Knight. Both the Limited and Standard Edition Batman: Arkham Knight bundles provide the perfect opportunity to upgrade to PS4, but if you’re a fan who’s already enjoying this new generation of gaming, the digital pre-order for Batman: Arkham Knight is going live today on PlayStation Store.

As an added bonus, all owners of Batman: Arkham Knight for PlayStation 4 will get access to bonus content before it’s available anywhere else, including additional in-game missions and custom skins for Batman and the Batmobile. All of this will be available when both the bundles and the game launch on June 23rd.

We’re excited that Batman: Arkham Knight will be such an epic experience for our PlayStation fans with exclusive offerings for you to enjoy as you tear through the streets of Gotham City. We can’t wait to reveal more details about the special content we have in store.  Pre-orders are available starting today — which bundle are you picking up?

SOURCE: Sony PlayStation blog (via TechHunter)