Red Dead Redemption 2 PS4 Pro Bundle Revealed

Red Dead Redemption 2 PS4 Pro Bundle Revealed

It's time to pull the trigger on buying a console... pun intended.

Gorg by Gorg on Sep 24, 2018 @ 10:06 AM (Staff Bios)
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If you are one of the few people waiting for the second Red Dead Redemption title to come out in order to buy a PlayStation 4, then this announcement might be just what you needed. Along with the launch of the game on October 26, you can now pre-order the PS4 Pro bundle, which includes not only the console but a copy of Red Dead Redemption II for $400. Since the regular PS4 Pro's MSRP is $400, you are essentially getting a free game with the console.

The classic jet-black PS4 Pro comes with a 1TB hard drive - in other words, you won't be able to snag a Red Dead themed hardware option like what we saw for Marvel's Spider Man.

If you were looking to score some cool in game goodies like outfits, weapons or horses you might want to go a different route. The bundle is only available with the standard edition, and you'll need to secure either the Special Edition for $80 or Ultimate Edition for $100 to get those extras. Either way, don't forget to pick up your copy special or not on October 26.

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