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'Uncharted 4' PS4 Slim Bundle for $250; Sony 'Extends' Black Friday Deals till Dec. 24

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"Uncharted 4" PS4 Slim bundle is just one out of the many exclusive deals that Sony will be giving away on Dec. 11.

"Uncharted 4" PS4 Slim Bundle for $249.99

Sony PlayStation Blog updates the fans with this good news - an opportunity to grab PS4 Slim console along with one of the best games "Uncharted 4" at an attractive price.

Going further with the detail, the promo announced by the company's vice president John Koller, specifically intended for PS4 Slim 500GB purchase. Buyers in the U.S. can get away with "Uncharted 4: A Thief's End" for $249.99 while Canadians can purchase the package for $330. The bundle deal starts on Dec. 11 and will last until Dec 24, Engadget reported.

This is a 'déjà vu' since Sony previously introduced the promo back on PS4 Black Friday deals. According to GameSpot, the sales went successful and now Sony wants to bring back the holiday deal for another week.

Sony PS4 Slim Review

The refreshed PS4 is originally priced at $299. It is a compact console with a sleek design and quiet machine.

The portable device still retains PS4's design but it operates efficiently as the power consumption is reduced. PS4 Slim faces a fierce competition with Xbox One as the HDR-gaming console is sold at $299. Moreover, the price has been dropped for months as Microsoft is bringing great deals to the table.

The "Uncharted 4" PS4 Slim bundle, however, will make the console cheaper than Xbox One by $50. This deal allows more affordable options for gamers.

Sony has also released two new consoles, PS VR and PS Pro, with biggest titles such as "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare," "The Last Guardian" and "Watch Dogs 2." There is no confirmation whether the recently-launched consoles will be getting price reductions like the PS4 Slim.

More information on "Uncharted 4" PS4 Slim bundle, go to PlayStation Blog.

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