Up to 85% off sale
Save on your gaming with these Black Friday PS4 deals 2021
Console yourself with a sweet deal from Sony.
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One of the biggest online shopping sales of the year is here. On Friday 26 November, plug in those battery packs, find yourself a comfy spot on the couch and get your clicking fingers ready as Australia plunges into shopping madness with Black Friday sales hitting our digital shores.
For all the gaming fanatics out there, various retailers are slashing their prices on PlayStation 4 consoles and games, ranging from the hottest new releases to all-time favourites. There are also some sweet bundle deals just waiting for you to snap up.
Black Friday gaming deals
Which PS4 should I buy?
Since launching the original PS4 back in 2013, Sony has introduced a few variations of its popular console into the market. Currently, the two main models are the PS4 Slim and the PS4 Pro, with the vanilla PS4 still available from select retailers but mostly phased out in favour of the Slim.
As such, the PS4 Slim is the console suitable for most people. Like the name suggests, it's smaller and thinner than the original PS4, plus it adds support for 5GHz Wi-Fi networks – something the launch PS4 did not have. It comes in both 500GB and 1TB variants, though it's worth mentioning that the PS4 now supports external hard drives, so you can purchase a separate USB hard drive if you find yourself running out of space.
The PS4 Pro is geared towards two main audiences: people with 4K TVs and those who simply want the best performance out of their Sony console. With its enhanced hardware, it's able to run games at higher resolutions and take advantage of the sharper clarity of a 4K TV as well as deliver higher framerates and smoother performance than is possible on a regular PS4 or PS4 Slim.
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