PlayStation 4 ‘Days Of Play’ Limited Edition Console Revealed (VIDEO)

Having announced they’ll be opting out of the celebrated E3 experience this year, Sony decided to grace gamers a month before the festivities with a bunch of announcements during their annual State of Play broadcast. Teasing information on the Final Fantasy VII Remake to come, a Monster Hunter World expansion, and so much more. Among those announcements is a brand new, limited edition “Days of Play” PlayStation 4 hitting retailers soon.

In 2018, Sony presented a limited-run design of the PS4, complete with a pop of bright blue, gold accented icons, and paired with a complementary Dualshock 4 Controller. This year, they’ll be bundling the DS4 and a minimalist console design for this year. Check out the highlight trailer:

As some might be keen to agree, keeping it simple and sleek is a safe bet. Instead of opting for a loud color like the electric blue of last year’s limited edition version, Sony decided to go for chic, steel grey. Despite the nature of special releases, this regular PlayStation 4 (not a Pro) comes with a 1 terabyte hard drive and a Dualshock 4 controller with coordinated design.

Sony hasn’t made an official announcement on the Limited Edition “Days of Play” PlayStation 4 on the price point or release date, but it will likely retail around the $300 – $350 ballpark this Summer.

Passing on a question to you – do you like this year’s minimalist design of the limited edition Days of Play PlayStation 4, or would you prefer a pop of color like last year’s? Let us know what you think in the comments section below or start a conversation on Don’t Feed the Gamers Facebook page. To stay up to date on gaming and entertainment news as it happens, follow us on Twitter! Here are some of our latest:

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