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The new, beautiful Days of Play special edition PS4 is out now and only $300/£280

The new, beautiful Days of Play special edition PS4 is out now and only $300/£280
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This summer has brought with it another of Sony's Days of Play events and, along with some cracking price reductions, brought another gorgeous special edition PS4 Slim with it. This new 1TB version is styled with a handsome Steel Black color scheme and features a similar use of the iconic PlayStation symbols that last year's special edition model did. Noice. In my opinion, it’s a winning combination; with the symbols being embossed silver, the machine has a a damn classy look. This is a brilliant looking, limited edition system, and is even more attractive at a price of $299.99 / £279.99.

1TB Days of Play PS4 Slim | $299.99 on Amazon
This console’s a real looker, and its 1TB storage is a welcome plus. It won’t play games in 4K like the Pro, but it’s drop-dead gorgeous.View Deal

1TB Days of Play PS4 Slim | £279.99 on Amazon
Get an incredible, one-of-a-kind console thanks to the Days of Play promotion. Once it's gone, it's gone.View Deal

If you’re new to Days of Play, it’s PlayStation’s annual sale every June. This one runs between June 7-17, right across E3 2019. There are a load of amazing bargains to be had; almost 80 games are on offer right now, ranging from Days Gone to God of War. What’s more, you can get the excellent Gold or Platinum PS4 headsets for a whole lot less - the Gold is just $74.99/£49.99 while the Platinum is $120/£99.99 - and 30% off a 12-month PS Plus subscription. Also, for more savings, be sure to check out our cheap PS4 game deals page.

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