How do you make Stuff’s number one game even better? Bundle it with the PlayStation 4.
For those who don’t yet own a PS4, this bundle is enough of a push factor to purchase one. The bundle includes a PS4 (obviously), the aforementioned game that teaches you that crime does pay (very well, in fact), and a few more bells and whistles.
A free one-year subscription to PlayStation Plus for online multiplayer matches? Check. Another year of extended warranty? Covered. Oh, and a S$15 PSN prepaid card. At this rate, you’re getting more than the S$699 you spent on the PS4 and GTA V.
Let’s not forget the next-gen updates to the game. Taking full advantage of the PS4’s more powerful hardware, Rockstar added new features such as higher resolution, denser traffic and wildlife and new weapons to blow people and cars with.
So you see, there’s no reason for you to sit on the fence and not visit Los Santos and Blaine Country. Especially with the new updates that show more details and vivid visuals of the crime-ridden cities.
Except, you’ll have to wait for a month or so as the GTA V PS4 bundle will only be available from 3 December. That’s sufficient time to start saving up or cooking up an excuse to justify this purchase to the other half.
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