Still haven't picked up Death Stranding yet? Well, the best way to play Kojima's epic is on a PS4 Pro - the game is optimized to run at 4K and with HDR support, after all. Not got one of those either? Then you're in luck. Game is offering £50 off this limited edition Death Stranding PS4 Pro bundle, taking the price down from £379 to £329. (Not in the UK? Scroll down for the best Death Stranding prices in your region.)
This limited edition bundle includes a Death Stranding themed 1TB PS4 Pro, a physical edition of Death Stranding and a translucent, urine-coloured Death Stranding PS4 controller – but there's no B.B. inside, sorry.
The console certainly looks distinctive. The PS4 Pro comes in matte white and is covered in black tar hand prints, with Death Stranding written in gold lettering on the front.
Usually a PS4 Pro itself would set you back around £300, so to get a limited edition version with a brand new game is a great deal, especially as limited edition consoles often go up in price over time. Plus, this PS4 bundle is a Game exclusive in the UK.
Check out Game's deal below:
If you would prefer to pick up a 'normal' PS4 Pro console bundled with Death Stranding, then check out these other great deals:
PS4 Pro | Death Stranding | Now TV pass | £299 at Game
This PS4 Pro bundle has just come down £50 and it has a brand new game too. It also comes with a two-month pass for Now TV's entertainment channels too which is worth around £18. You can pick up this bundle with the white PS4 Pro for the same price at Amazon that swaps the Now TV Pass for an exclusive game sleeve.
Sony PS4 bundle | 500GB | Free Game | Blu-ray | DualShock Controller:
£269.97 £219.99 at Argos
This Argos bundle isn't afraid to give the goods. For £219 you get a 500GB PS4 console with a DualShock 4 controller and a choice of both a free Blu-ray movie and an AAA PS4 game, with Marvel's Spider-Man and Death Stranding available to include.
Not in the UK? These are the best prices for Death Stranding in your region:
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