Concerns of a PS4 stock shortage ahead of tomorrow’s release appear to have finally been put to bed, as GAME became the latest retailer to announce it’s received more stock, following announcements from ASDA and Tesco.
Despite warnings that short stocks of Sony’s PS4 meant the console could “be in the short supply for up to four months after launch”, it appears the manufacturer and UK retailers have fought hard to ensure they’re able to satisfy the high levels of demand.
In GAME’s case, the company has received a range of extra bundles including the Killzone Mega Pack, all of which are currently available to purchase online and at over 300 GAME stores following tonight’s midnight launch.
Charlotte Knight, GAME’s category director stated, “Demand for Playstation 4 has been phenomenal” and insisted the company was “gearing up for an incredible launch.”
Although the retailer hasn’t announced it’s pricing of the Killzone Mega Pack, other sites are currently listing the bundle at a price of £470 and for their money customers will receive a PS4 console, Killzone Shadow Fall, a PlayStation Camera, a second DualShock 4 wireless controller.
On top of this a 14 day PlayStation Plus trial, HDMI cable, power cord, wired Mono headset and USB cable will also come within the bundle.
The basic PS4 console will set wannabe owners back £349, a full £80 cheaper than the rival Xbox One, a console which went on sale last Friday, November 22.
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