Sony may introduce a hardware bundle containing a PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita when the next-gen console goes on sale later this year, according to a new report by Videogamer.com.
While Inside Gaming Daily claims to have been told by a "well-placed anonymous source" that a bundle containing the two consoles will release at "the end of the year" for "around US$500."
Sony has yet to announce any form of PS4/PS Vita bundle, but has been keen to push PS Vita's functionality with its upcoming next-gen platform.
The device can be used to stream all PS4 titles directly via Remote Play and as a second-screen device, with the electronics company previously describing the product as a "PS4 in your pocket."
If true, the bundle may offer a healthy saving on buying the two consoles individually.
A PS Vita currently costs around US$249.99, with PS4 set to cost US$399.99 when it goes on sale this Christmas.