The way may now be less than three months, but it’s going to feel like an eternity waiting for Batman: Arkham Knight to arrive. The highly anticipated game is slated to come out June 23rd, which in and of itself was a delay from the previous June 3rd release date.
To up the excitement (and make the wait even more unbearable) Sony has unveiled a special Arkham Knight themed PS4.
As you can see, the Arkham Knight PS4 comes in a steel grey color, has a faceplate that contains the Dark Knight himself, along with the Arkham Knight text, along with a copy of the game to play and a matching wireless PS4 controller. Personally though, I like the box art of the case.
This limited edition bundle will cost $450. There will also be a more standard PS4 bundle as well. It will contain the game, a wireless controller, and a standard jet-black PS4. This one will cost you $400.
Batman: Arkham Knight is the final entry in Rocksteady’s legendary game trilogy. It’s clear they’re pulling out all the stops to ensure this is a title to remember. So prepare to “Be The Batman”, and get your copy of Batman: Arkham Knight when it releases June 23rd!
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