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The best PS4 bundles – August 2020
The PS5 is now not far away, but there’s still plenty of mileage left in the PS4, with its incredible range of exclusives that have helped make it one of the best-selling consoles of all time. The two PS4 models, the Slim and the more powerful Pro, are still available in a wide variety of bundles, with games including The Last of Us Part II, Ghosts of Tsushima, and more. One particular bundle – known as the ‘Only on PS4’ – is a particularly great deal, featuring Spider-Man, Horizon Zero Dawn and God of War, three of this generation’s biggest single-player games.
Never miss a bargain again with Consoles.com, as we compare hundreds of prices daily in order to bring you the very best deals. Check out the full comparison above to see all the best offers out there currently. Here’s the lowest price we’ve spotted for the PS4 that’s available today:
Current PS4 bundles
1. PS4 Only on PlayStation bundle
Though the PS4 is soon to be replaced by the PS5, it’s never too late to grab yourself this massively successful console, particularly if you’re going to be stuck indoors for some time. This new bundle is excellent value, and contains three exclusive PlayStation titles that go a long way to explaining why the PS4 has been such a runaway success – The Last of Us Remastered, Horizon Zero Dawn and God of War.
2. PS4 Spider-Man bundle
Spider-Man was one of last year’s major hits, and plenty of retailers are capitalising on that by bundling it with the PS4. The official bundle (with the red Spider-Man box) is still available from some places, but you can often save some money by picking up a bundle with the game added separately.
3. PS4 extra controller bundle
It’s hard to go wrong with getting an extra controller thrown in with your bundle. They often retail for more than many of the games included in bundles, and they of course allow you to indulge in some local multiplayer fun. Better yet, using our accessories filter above you can find all the deals with extra controllers thrown in quickly and easily.
4. PS4 Pro 1TB bundle
The PS4 Pro remains the ultimate way to enjoy incredible exclusive games including Marvel’s Spider-Man, God of War, Horizon Zero Dawn and many others. Best of all, the price of the most powerful PlayStation ever is slowly dropping as the PS5 comes over the horizon, so if you want to treat yourself to an exceptional generation of games, this is your chance!
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PS4 vs PS4 Pro – which should I buy?
Sony expanded on the PS4 family in late 2016 when they launched a new, high-powered edition of the generation’s best-selling console called the PS4 Pro. Boasting the ability to perform more intensive processing tasks than its Slim or Standard equivalents, the Pro is ideal for those gamers who want to experience console exclusives like Horizon: Zero Dawn, God of War and Marvel’s Spider-Man in all their full graphical glory.
Not only will better graphic settings be enabled (or upscaled on games released before the Pro launched), but the faster processing times will help to eliminate slowdown and framerate drops during particularly demanding games. Suddenly games will be able to load much faster so you can spend less time waiting and more time immersing yourself in all that the PS4 eco-system has to offer.
Though the Pro isn’t capable of running games or playing Blu-ray DVDs at a 4K resolution, it is able to display certain streaming services such as Netflix in 4K. While possibly not of high priority for most people weighing up their thoughts on the ‘PS4 vs PS4 Pro’ debate, self-confessed boxset bingers will see a huge leap in visual quality with the Pro.
The downside of the Pro, perhaps unsurprisingly, is the cost. While still reasonably priced (especially when combined in a bundle found on Consoles.com), the Pro will continue to cost considerably more than the Slim version. Anyone wanting to upgrade from an original PS4 or PS4 Slim can obviously offset this cost somewhat by trading in their original model. However, as it stands, on its own, the PS4 Pro is much pricier than the Slim as a result of the unit’s extra processing power.
If you want to know the differences with the PS4 Slim and PS4 Pro models, read our PS4 Slim vs PS4 Pro buyers guide.
Which PS4 bundle should I buy?