The deals just keep on coming, in case you missed our wrap-up yesterday, there are some pretty wild Xbox One and PS4 deals out there right now. Here's a new one from Newegg's ebay storefront, which we're learning is the hot place to hang out for all of the best console bundles. Today we're looking at a brand new PS4 Slim with four incredible games for only $299. You can find the listing right here.
Alright so here's the breakdown. We're looking at a brand new PS4 Slim right here, which typically retails for $299. That's the list price, but you can usually find the standalone console for around $260. The Call of Duty Infinite Warfare Legacy bundle, though? That typically goes for upward of $300. Here you have that 500GB model with Infinite Warfare and Modern Warfare Remastered, and two bonus games. The extra games tossed in with this deal are Nioh and For Honor, which are both incredible games that will keep you busy for months.
All together we're looking at about a $420 value, and you're getting it all for $299. Needless to say, these will be very limited in quality, so you'll want to take advantage of this as soon as possible if it appeals to you.
And these games are incredible. Nioh became an instant contender for the 2017 Game of the Year when it released. Hailed by critics and by fans as an action RPG perfected, it surprised everyone with its tight controls, incredibly complex combat mechanics, and crushing difficulty. You can read WWG's review right here.
For Honor is basically all of your childhood sword-fighting dreams come true -- in video game form. Ubisoft's "art of combat" system is easy to grasp, but very difficult to master. Skirmishes in this game are close and personal; they really get your adrenaline pumping. If you're looking for a new competitive fix, this game will offer up a fighting game experience the likes of which you've never seen. You can read our full review right here.
As for Call of Duty? We don't want to hear it. Yeah, yeah. We know. It sucks, Activision sucks, and you hate everything about it. We also know that you're going to play the hell out of it because, secretly, it's the same tight Call of Duty multiplayer action supplemented by a fantastic single-player campaign. Modern Warfare Remastered needs no introduction.