Best PS4 Deals for Prime Day UK 2019: All the best deals live right now for Day 2

This may just be your best chance at a cracking console deal.

If you’re after a cut-price bargain on a PS4, then the Amazon Prime Day Deals are finally here for day 2, with a number of bundles already emerging now the 48-hour event has begun. 

With Sony’s PS5 poised to launch release in 2020, Prime Day 2019 is a great oppurtunity for retailers to flaunt their respective PS4 bundles before the console inevitably takes a backseat for the next generation. Deals on PS4, Pro, games, accessories and more are expected throughout Prime Day.

If you’re decided on Sony’s console, you still need to decide between a PS4 Slim or PS4 Pro. The former is a cheaper model, providing HD gaming with a blu-ray player, HDR and the ability to supersample games on a 1080p display. PS4 Pro offers 4K gaming, improved performance alongside a bunch of other improvements. Obviously, it costs a little more.

We’ve compiled some of the best PS4 deals from Amazon and across the web.

Jump ahead to:

Which is the best PS4?Is 500GB enough for PS4? | What are the best PS4 games out now? | What is the difference between a PSN game and full game? | Is Fortnite free on PS4?

Best PS4 Deals – what’s available right now

Early PS4 Prime Day Deals

Sony PlayStation 4 500GB Console (Black) with FIFA 19 Ultimate Team Icons and Rare Player Pack Bundle

For one of its lowest prices yet, this sweet PS4 Fifa bundle gets you the latest game in the series plus some additional DLC for your troubles. Not too shabby.

God of War (PS4)

One of this generation's best exclusives is now going for a super low price, meaning there's never been a better time to jump into the grand adventure of Kratos and Atreus.

Days Gone (PS4)

The PS4's latest exclusive has never been cheaper thanks to think stonkingly good deal from Amazon – be sure to nab your copy while you can.

PS4 and three outstanding games

PS4 and three outstanding games

As well as a PlayStation 4 console, this deal bags you three truly brilliant games: Uncharted 4, Horizon Zero Dawn, and The Last of Us

Sony PlayStation Dualshock Controller Deals

Sony PlayStation DualShock 4 Controller - Red

Amazon UK is offering DualShock 4 controllers in a variety of colours throughout Prime Day

Sony PlayStation DualShock 4 Controller - Green Cammo

Amazon UK is offering DualShock 4 controllers in a variety of colours throughout Prime Day

Sony PlayStation DualShock 4 Controller - Blue

Amazon UK is offering DualShock 4 controllers in a variety of colours throughout Prime Day

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Find Deals for PS4 at Other Retailers

Best PS4 Deals – Argos

Sony PS4 500GB Console and FIFA 19 Bundle

With this PS4 Slim bundle, you can get a copy of FIFA 19 for no extra cost.

Sony PS4 1TB Console and FIFA 19 Bundle

If 500GB just doesn't quite cut it, then you'll be far better off with this 1TB PS4 Slim model, giving you more storage space to house your favourite games.

Dragon Ball FighterZ

One of the freshest and most dazzling fighting games of recent years - especially if you’re an anime fan.

Best PS4 Deals – Currys PC World

PlayStation 4 500GB with FIFA 19

For any football fans in the house, you can get a free copy of FIFA 19 when buying this PS4 Sim bundle from Currys PC World.

PlayStation 4 Pro & Marvel's Spider-Man Bundle

Just as with the bundle above, this one also nets you a free game but this time it's less about scoring goals and more about swinging above the streets of Manhattan.

Best PS4 Deals – GAME

PS4 500GB with Days Gone, The Elder Scrolls Online Morrowind and 2-month Now TV Voucher

GAME's got the competition beat at the moment for PS4 bundles, with this fantastic offers getting you two modern games plus a Now TV voucher at no extra cost.

PS4 Pro 1TB with Marvel's Spider-Man, The Elder Scrolls Online Morrowind and 2-month Now TV Voucher

Another banger from GAME, this time for the PS4 Pro. If you haven't already played it, this bundle is worth it for Spider-Man alone, but all the extra freebies definitely sweeten the deal.

Persona 5

Persona 5 is one of the best and most distinctive JRPGs on PS4, and this is a great price for it.

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Your Guide to PlayStation

Which is the best PS4 console?

PS4 Pro is easily the most powerful version of the console, capable of upscaling to Ultra HD and increasing performance for smoother graphics. Of course, you’ll need a 4K TV or 4K monitor to truly take advantage of  system, so there’s little point upgrading if you’re still limited to a Full HD TV. It’s also important to bear in mind the PS4 Pro doesn’t have a 4K disk drive, so you won’t be able to play your Ultra HD Blu-Ray disks here – you’ll need an Xbox One X for that.

On the flipside, PS4 Slim is a lot cheaper, normally found around the £230 price point. This is the best value console to buy, as you’re still getting access to all the same gaming experiences, albeit not at their full potential. You’re only really missing out on improved visuals and shorter loading times by refusing to cough up the extra pennies on Pro.

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Is 500GB enough for PS4?

500GB might sound like plenty of storage, but given the size of games nowadays, it can run out pretty quickly. PS4 Slim ships with 500GB of space, which can hold a decent number of titles, updates and saves. But if we’re honest, an external drive will be needed to avoid future troubles. Certain games, such as Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, require a staggering 100GB. Get a couple of these and you’ll be stuck deleting applications in no time at all.

At the time of writing, all PS4 Pro models ship with 1TB of hard drive space as standard, so you’ve got significantly more to work with in terms of storage. However, if you’re an avid collector of titles who loves to have things installed, you’ll once again run out of space before long. When all is said and done, the average player shouldn’t have much trouble fitting their favourite games on either model of PS4.

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What are the best PS4 games out now?

Having launched in 2013, the PS4 has amassed a wonderful library of games both exclusive and multi-platform over the past six years. Some of our favourites include God of War, Bloodborne, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and Yakuza 0.

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What is the difference between a PSN game and full game?

There’s absolutely no difference between a PSN game and a full game. You’ll occasionally see the former bundled with DLC, but digital games also tend to be more expensive. With this in mind, you only need to focus on whatever is the cheapest deal, unless you really like to have a collection of physical games.

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Is Fortnite free on PS4?

Fortnite is indeed free to play on PS4. You don’t even need a PS Plus Subscription, despite other PS4 multiplayer games typically requiring it.

You can buy paid-for versions of Fortinte such as the Deep Freeze bundle, but you’re essentially just paying for aesthetic skins for characters, weapons and gear. This bundle also gifts you in-game credits, so players can buy even more skins and character aesthetics. Such content won’t actually alter your experience of the game, but some players like to personalise their avatars rather than being stuck with the bland default options.

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