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Sony teams with Disney for Frozen PS4 console

Sony and Disney have joined forces to introduce a new, limited edition, Frozen PS4 console.

Coinciding with the DVD and Blu-ray release of the highest grossing animated movie of all time, the Frozen PS4 sees the standard black console finished with a new gold print.

The new paint job depicts Frozen characters Anna and Elsa in a flurry of snowflakes and is limited to the gloss section of the two-tone Xbox One rival.

Aside from the movie-themed finish, there is nothing new about the Frozen PS4, the console does not even come bundled with a copy of the movie.

The Frozen PS4 will land in Sony’s native Japan this Wednesday, July 16 for 42,980 yen (£250).

Sadly for those looking to snap up a Frozen PS4 in the UK – for our kid, honest – Sony currently has no plans to bring the limited edition console to wider markets.

Having dominated the console market since launch last November, Sony is starting to introduce a range of PS4 variations.

Although yet to hit retailers, Sony has confirmed that a white PS4 console will land later this year to celebrate the arrival of Bungie’s new gaming epic, Destiny.

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