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Uncharted 4 is getting its own PS4 this April

It seemed inevitable, given the popularity of the flagship PlayStation franchise, but it has now been confirmed that Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End will also launch with its own limited edition PlayStation 4 console. Unlike some other limited edition consoles, however, this one looks like it actually might be worth picking up.

The Uncharted 4 PlayStation 4 and its special DualShock 4 controller are both a color that Sony’s John Koller refers to as “Gray Blue,” and it oozes class that a picture of Darth Vader slapped on the side simply cannot. The lettering on the console, as well as the PlayStation logo, is done in a crisp gold. Koller adds that the console also bears the phrase “SIC PARVIS MAGNA,” which is visible on the front of the system near the disc drive.

Related: Uncharted 4 will launch with special editions

While the console included in the limited edition is still only the 500 GB model, Sony opted to include a physical version of Uncharted 4 instead of the download codes that have become so prevalent with special console bundles. Given the gigantic file size of current AAA games, this should let you get to adventuring a little bit faster.

Of course, if you already have a PlayStation 4 and want to shell out a little extra cash for some goodies to put on your shelf, there are two different collector’s editions of the game available. The Special Edition will set you back $80 and includes an art book and sticker sheet in its steelbook case, while the Libertalia Collector’s Edition throws in a gorgeous Nathan Drake statue for an additional $40. If you just want to get your hands on the Uncharted controller, Sony will be selling it in March, before the game’s release date, along with a special version of its wireless headset.

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End launches exclusively for PlayStation 4 on April 26.