To coincide with the release of the anticipated final instalment of Rocksteady Studios’ Batman: Arkham series, Sony have revealed a limited edition Batman: Arkham Knight PlayStation 4 console bundle.

The unique bundle will include the limited edition Steel Grey PlayStation 4 system chassis, with a custom Batman: Arkham Knight faceplate, a matching DualShock 4 wireless controller in Steel Grey, and a copy of the finale in the award-winning Arkham Trilogy, Batman: Arkham Knight.

The limited edition bundle has a suggested retail price of $449.99. Although no official pricing information is available for South Africa, it is estimated that this bundle will be at least R6799.

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In addition to the limited edition bundle, Sony also made mention of a standard bundle that will include a Jet Black PlayStation 4, Jet Black Dualshock 4 controller and a copy of Batman: Arkham Knight.

For those who already own a PlayStation 4 console, the game is now available for digital pre-order through the PlayStation Network Store.

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Gamers who choose to purchase Batman: Arkham Knight for PlayStation 4 will also get access to bonus game content before it becomes available on other platforms, including additional in-game missions and custom skins for the Batmobile.

The Steel Grey PlayStation 4 looks incredibly sexy. However, this bundle appears to serve new customers more so than it does gamers who already have a PlayStation 4 system. Simply put, the limited edition Arkham Knight PlayStation 4 console bundle does not offer any additional incentive for current PlayStation owners. Bundling a limited edition Batman statuette, for example, would have made this package even more appealing.

[Source: PlayStation]

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