Whenever you choose to buy, refurbished PS4 consoles are getting cheaper
The PlayStation 5 is getting all the attention due to its new release, but the PS4 is still the best PlayStation console to get if you’re on a budget and want the best deal possible, whether or not it's Black Friday or Cyber Monday.
It's true the PS4 consoles are cheaper than ever, but you can be sure that you'll be able to find a better price on a refurbished PS4 rather than a new one, no matter what time of year it is!
Yes! Sony is saying that the PS4 will get all the newest game releases until at least 2022. So even though this may no longer be the newest Sony console, you can still get all the great new titles that will be released in the coming years. Why spend the extra money on an expensive PS5?
PSN is known for having good deals for Black Friday, notably their 25% off discount for annual PlayStation Plus membership. If you’re going to want to play games online, this is the deal for you. It’s also much more competitive than Microsoft’s Black Friday Xbox Live deal—$1 for 1 month of Live.
There is a version of PSN that’s free, but the problem is that this won’t allow you to play online with friends. Just like for Xbox Live, you’ll need to buy an annual or monthly subscription to get the most out of your console.
Note: free-to-play games are exempt from this rule. If you’re looking to play a title like Call of Duty: Warzone online, you won’t need to buy the premium subscription.
If you want the PS4 with the best possible graphics and have a 4K TV, consider paying a little extra to buy the PS4 Pro. This is the only PS4 model that gives you 4K resolution and comes with better HDR—high dynamic range. What does this mean? Colors will look better and the image will have more contrast.
When not talking about the latest eco-friendly tech and reducing our carbon footprint, Brian enjoys the odd game of football, a classic horror (book or film) or just to kick back with a beer or a proper Scottish whisky. Slàinte Mhath!
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