Choose your PS4 bundle
PlayStation 4 is a pretty simple choice for gamers wondering which system to buy next. The system offers a great selection of exclusive games. Multiplatform titles generally look and perform better on PS4 than other consoles. And Sony has made big improvements to the PlayStation controller and online services since PS3. In other words, you can’t really go wrong with PS4.
There are two PS4 models at the moment – one with 500GB of storage and the other with 1TB so you can download more games. Besides hard disk size, choosing a PS4 bundle is also about the console colour and pack-in extras. Our handy guide can help you decide which PS4 deal is for you.
Pick a PS4 colour
PS4 is currently available in black, silver or white. Which colour do you like best? Which goes best with your living room and your other electronics? Take your pick and use our filters to find the PS4 bundles that match.
Pack-ins: Games & PlayStation Plus
There are lots of PS4 bundles available. But they're not just packing free games. Some include a subscription to PlayStation Plus too, which is required for online gaming. PS Plus also gives you access to free games every month. If you want to play online, you need PS Plus – so getting a bundle makes sense.
There are also lots of PS4 game bundles, which include everything from Bloodborne to FIFA. Check our PS4 deals above.
Limited edition PS4 consoles
Fancy owning a limited edition PS4, which could even go up in value over time? Check our deals for special PS4 bundles, which are usually themed around pack-in games. Limited editions PS4 have so far included MGS V: Ground Zeroes, Batman Arkham Knight, the Sony PlayStation 4 20th Anniversary Edition and others.
PlayStation 4 Technical Specifications & Features
|Console Style||Matte Black with two tier design|
|Controller||DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controller with integrated touchpad|
|Storage Capacity||500GB Hard Drive, User Removeable & Expandable|
|Cloud Streaming||Yes from Gaikai, a cloud-based gaming service|
|Required Internet Connection||No|
|Motion / Voice Controls||Playstation Camera ( sold seperately )|
|Second Screen||PlayStation Vita ( not included )|
|Mandatory Game Installs||No|
|Used Game Fee||No|
|Subscription Service||PlayStation Plus Network|
|CPU||x86-64 AMD "Jaguar" Single-chip custom processor|
|USB||USB 3.0 x2|
|Optical Drive||Blu-Ray / DVD|
|Connectivity||Ethernet x1, IEEE 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1 (EDR)|
|Backwards Compatible with Xbox 360||Not Compatible|
|TV / A/V Hookups||HDMI out port, Optical output|
|What's Included in the PS4 Box||PlayStation 4 system, DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controller, Mono headset, AC power cord, HDMI cable, USB cable|
Learn more about PS4
PlayStation 4 is the latest and greatest in Sony’s mostly world-dominating line of home consoles. With the PS4 hardware, Sony has got most things spot on. It’s the most powerful console this generation. It has lots of great games, with more on the way. And PS4 is already establishing itself as the leader of the pack - so you know it's a safe bet it'll attract the best games in future.
What’s in the box
Get any PS4 bundle and you’ll get the same basic bits. That includes a PS4 console, one DualShock 4 controller, a power adapter, an HDMI cable, a USB cable to charge your controller, and a voice-chat headset.
DualShock 4 controller
From the original PlayStation to PS3, the DualShock has stayed pretty much the same. PS4 brings some brilliant changes, with a built-in track pad and a Share button that lets players video-stream their games online.
There’s even a special lightbar designed to work with the PS4 virtual reality headset, Project Morpheus.
PSN better than ever
In terms of online gaming, PS3 was a step behind Xbox 360's Live service. On PS4, the PlayStation Network (PSN) has some amazing new features. Like SharePlay, which lets you play online with a friend as if you were in the same room. Or Remote Play, which lets you play PS4 even when you aren’t at home via streaming to PS Vita or PlayStation TV.
PS4 vs Xbox One
If you’re choosing between PS4 and Xbox One, it’s worth knowing that many multiplatform games look better on PS4. Big titles like Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and The Witcher 3 have 1080p graphics on PS4, but run at a lower resolution on Xbox.
Of course, you'll ultimately want to choose the console with the games and features you want most. We're just here to help!