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NZ price and release date revealed for the Limited Edition Gran Turismo Sport PS4 console

23 Aug 17

PlayStation NZ has announced the release date and price for the fancy looking Limited Edition Gran Turismo Sport PS4 console. 

As you can see, the Limited Edition Gran Turismo Sport PS4 console has a shiny silver face plate and has the GT logo on the front of the console. A silver DUALSHOCK 4 controller is also included in this bundle with the GT logo stuck in the middle of the touch pad. 

If you want the whole bundle, it includes a 1TB PS4, one DUALSHOCK 4 controller as well as the Day 1 edition of GT Sport. The Day 1 edition of the game features $250,000 of in-game credits, some livery sticker packs and 60 racing helmet avatars. All this will be available in New Zealand on October 18th for a price of NZD $614.95. 

If you already own a PS4 console and just want the controller, you can get the silver controller for a price of NZD $119.95 at participating retailers. More can be seen in the trailer posted down below. 

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