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Little Big Planet 3 PS4 bundle hits pre-order

A Little Big Planet 3 PS4 bundle has yet to be confirmed by Sony, but the console package has already been made available for pre-order.

Despite the lack of a formal announcement, retailer Amazon as started accepting Little Big Planet 3 PS4 bundle pre-orders ahead of November 21 release.

According to the seller, the bundle deal will see a traditional black PS4 console and DualShock 4 controller come boxed alongside a standard copy of the addictive, custom world puzzle game. There is currently no word on a white PS4 Little Big Planet tie-in.

Handed a £386.78 price tag by Amazon, the LBP 3 bundle’s November 21 release will see the deal land the same day as the standalone game.

Unveiled during E3 2014 back in June, Little Big Planet 3 will introduce new playable characters alongside loveable protagonist Sackboy.

The new characters all offer new attributes and open up additional gameplay mode. While Toggle can switch between being both the biggest and smallest character in the game, Oddsock’s speed is added to be Swoop’s ability to fly.

Sony already has a number of PS4 bundles heading for launch ahead of Christmas. A DriveClub bundle will hit retailers shortly before the recently confirmed FarCry 4 bundle.

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