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5 Perfectly Reasonable PlayStation 4 Bundles Sony Hasn't Thought Up Yet

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Sony has found much success so far this generation with the PlayStation 4. One of their most tried and true marketing methods is the use of various bundles that differ in different territories, such as the white PlayStation 4 Destiny bundle, or this crazy bundle in Germany that comes with Infamous: Second SonKillzone: Shadow Fall, and the critical mega-hit Knack.  Google results for “PS4 Bundle” bring in all kinds of random, sometimes odd results, and it’s clear Sony will continue to offer as many bundles as they can think of. With that in mind, why haven’t you used some of these obvious bundle ideas, Sony execs?  Feel free to steal some of these gems if you want guys.

5. FIFA Balls Out PS4 Bundle

They will come for the console, they will stay for the odd basketball dressed as a referee.

They will come for the console, they will stay for the odd basketball dressed as a referee.

FIFA Balls Out PS4 Bundle is perfect, and not just because of that Grade A product title. This bundle would sell for $399.99 and come packed with a standard PlayStation 4 console, two special edition green and yellow DualShock 4 controllers, a copy of FIFA 15, and a regulation Wilson soccer ball. The weird FIFA World Cup hand-holding logo would proudly be featured, with one hand on each controller, coming together in an embrace as buddies come together to play their favorite soccer video game.


The word soccer will be used here because this will be a United States focused bundle. It is about time this territory got a dedicated FIFA bundle for themselves, as they have been slighted in FIFA bundles every year, even as American enthusiasm for the sport has increased.  And even though people hate peripherals, it is essential that Sony gets that weird looking basketball for feet into people’s homes early on.

Wait… we aren’t still in that world cup thing? It ended months ago you say? Oh. Well… maybe wait till the next one to release this bundle, when American soccer fans will be back in force. And by force, I mean we’ll skip work to watch a sport we’ll pretend to understand.

 

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