In the run up to the launch of Sony PlayStation 4, an announcement was made to attract customers for the next generation video game console, to take on Microsoft's attempts to draw customers to its Xbox One.
Both companies have been trying to attract customers by releasing bundles, additions, updates and more. Sony has promised customers who buy its newest product three bonus gifts that will include a voucher with $10 credit for the PlayStation Store, a free 30-day PlayStation Plus subscription, and a free 30-day Music Unlimited subscription for customers in the US and Canada.
The credit can be used to purchase an item or game in the store and it also mentions that the launch titles like Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag, Battlefield 4, Call of Duty: Ghosts, and Killzone Shadow Fall all come within this voucher.
Music Unlimited is an Sony app for PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita and other mobile devices which allow PlayStation members to listen, stream and share their songs.
Sony Unboxes PlayStation 4
Sony has released a new video showing the unboxing of its upcoming PlayStation 4 console. This video allows players to have an exclusive look at what the PlayStation 4 hardware has to offer.
This is a North American bundle that is inclusive of a network voucher, quick start guide, DualShock 4 controller, HDMI cable, AC power cord, mono headset, USB cable and 500GB PlayStation 4 system.
The network vouchers will also be shipped in with the box for a 30-day trial for PlayStation Plus and a trial for Sony's streaming music service, Music Unlimited.
The console is expected to be launched on 15 November in North America and 29 November in Europe.
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