Glacier White And Monster Hunter PS4 Pro Bundles Coming To The West
The supergiant slaying of Monster Hunter World is almost upon us and the PlayStation 4 game has got fans in predictable state of hype. To celebrate the upcoming title’s release later this month, Sony has announced an appropriately-themed Monster Hunter PS4 Pro that makes its way to the Western region in just a few weeks’ time.
Dubbed “The Rathalos Edition”, the console will come with a matte black paint job, complete with a stylish Rathalos wyvern design splashed on the side. The full bundle will also include a matching red DualShock 4 controller, as well as a copy of the game (of course). The limited quantity package will run for $449.99 USD and will be exclusive to GameStop.
An all-new Monster Hunter PS4 Pro wasn’t the only new piece of Sony hardware announced. Previously exclusive to a limited Destiny 2 bundle, the Glacier White PlayStation 4 Pro will finally be available as a standalone purchase. The $399.99 package will contain the same contents on a normal PS4 console, but with the lovely difference of a bright white finish. This new color will also mark the first time the premium console was made available in anything other than jet black, a feat Microsoft had beat to the punch with the Xbox One S.
Pre-orders for both the Monster Hunter and Glacier White bundles are available on GameStop’s official website. The Monster Hunter PS4 Pro will release alongside the game on January 26, and Glacier White variety will be available slightly earlier on January 22.
What do you think? Are looking to experience Monster Hunter World on the best PlayStation 4 possible, or have you been eyeing that Glacier White PS4 Pro since Destiny 2 released? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter to be informed of the latest gaming and entertainment news 24 hours a day! For more PS4-centric stuff from recent weeks, check out these next few stories:
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