Grab the PlayStation 4 ‘Star Wars Battlefront II’ bundle at its lowest price yet

In honor of Star Wars: The Last Jediit only seems right for members of the Legion to receive a discount on the PlayStation 4 Slim. Amazon must think so too, since it marked down the Star Wars Battlefront II bundle by nearly 20%. So what does that mean for you? Well, you can save a little over $50 on the revamped gaming console bundle.

The PS4 Slim may seem sleeker than other gaming consoles, but it’s built to be just as mighty. It’s equipped with a 1TB hard drive, which allows for faster and unlimited gameplay. The system has even been updated to support HD gaming. So now you can experience your favorite games in a whole new dimension. Even the controllers have been revamped! Developers threw in a classic PlayStation theme, so you can play modern games with a bit of nostalgia. Additionally, any PS4 games you already had in your personal library will run smooth as butter on the PlayStation 4 Slim. So instead of having to repurchase your favorites, you can just play them at an optimized speed and display.

What about Star Wars Battlefront II you ask? You’ll embark on a brand new journey in a galaxy far, far away. Playing, as a fearless trooper you’ll pilot starfighters and battle against some of the most iconic characters of the franchise. Or you can choose to create your own path as a special forces soldier in an all new Star Wars story.

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The PlayStation 4 Slim and Star Wars Battlefront II bundle usually retails for about $300. But thanks to this sweet Amazon deal, you can grab the PS4 bundle for just $249.

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Marisa Losciale

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