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.
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.
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