Limited Edition Batman Arkham Knight PS4 bundle announced

Sony and Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment have announced a Limited Edition Batman Arkham Knight PS4 bundle.
The amazing limited edition console comes with a unique Batman design and a silver colour scheme.
In fact it’s being called a Steel Grey PS4 with a custom Batman: Arkham Knight, with a matching shiny Steel Grey DualShock 4 controller.
“I know many of you are eagerly waiting for the final instalment of Rocksteady Studio’s Batman Arkham series, Batman: Arkham Knight. And today, I’m pleased to announce a new PlayStation 4 design we’re offering that pays homage to the epic series, exclusively abailable through the Limited Edition Batman Arkham Kinght PS4 Bundle,” explained Sony’s Senior Product Manager, Adam Grant.
You’ll obviously also get a copy of the game, Batman: Arkham Knight and also some exclusive bonus content called the Scarecrow Nightmare.
The Scarecrow Nightmare offers three extra missions for the main game, where you’ll need to fight a 100ft Scarecrow and his army as a solar eclipse draws darkness over Gotham.
If the awesome Limited Edition PS4 isn’t up your street, there is also a Batman: Arkham Knight PS4 Bundle available with the same game content but the standard black PS4 console.
Both PS4 bundles will be available to buy the same day as the Batman: Arkham Knight release date – June 23.

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