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The PS4 receives an official price cut in New Zealand

21 Oct 2015

Sony has announced today a price cut for the PS4 that will include a reduction in price for New Zealand as well.

Normally priced at $649.95 NZD, the 500GB model for the PS4 will now be priced at only $569.95 NZD. This new price point goes into effect as of today. A good time to reduce the price as several blockbuster games will be on the way.

Jim Ryan, SCEE president and CEO commented: "We are delighted to deliver the PS4 system at its best-ever value just in time for the holiday season, making it more accessible to a broader audience in Europe." He went on to say, "With this year’s biggest blockbusters and next year’s best exclusives such as Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End set to thrill players, there has never been a better time to join the PS4 community. Also, watch out for an amazing range of Ultimate Player Edition Bundles including the 1TB PS4 and some of the biggest games of the year, offering even greater value."

Some of the games to look forward to on PS4 include Star Wars Battlefront, Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 and a whole lot more. There are also several other games out already such as Until Dawn and the recently released Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection.

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