Deal: PS4 Pro 1TB Model For All-Time Low Price Of $349 – 11/27/17


The new iteration of Cyber Monday is once again proving to be a fantastic time for gamers, with the latest proof of that claim coming in the form of a massive discount on the 1TB model of the PlayStation 4, Sony's most powerful gaming console to date. As of Monday morning PST, you're able to purchase the PS4 for $349.99 on Amazon, which is by far the lowest price tag ever attached to this particular variant of the device. Regularly priced at $399.99, the PS4 rarely goes on sale and Sony's incentives usually come in the form of free games and not outright discounts on the console itself, yet the Japanese tech giant is now apparently prepared to make some exceptions to that product strategy; the PS4 Pro was selling on Amazon for a similar price on (Black) Friday, and another record-low offer is now on the cards.

As was the case last week, don't expect this deal to last for long, even though no particular expiry date has been provided by Amazon. While U.S. retailers usually have healthy supplies of the Sony-made console, rare deals like this one never last for long, and you should assume that the newly introduced discount will only be live for a few days at most.

As for the console itself, Sony's latest piece of gaming hardware is presently around the middle of its lifespan but the best is yet to come in terms of games; titles like Red Dead Redemption 2, Ghost of Tsushima, The Last of Us: Part 2, and many others are only set to be released in 2018, whereas PS4 owners are also yet to receive a next-generation Grand Theft Auto game that will presumably be called GTA VI. In the meantime, you have widely praised blockbusters like Uncharted 4, Horizon: Zero Dawn, Bloodborne, Nioh, Yakuza 0, Gran Turismo Sport, and The Last Guardian to play through, all of which are exclusive to Sony's premium gaming platform.


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