Playstation’s Head of Worldwide Studios, Shuhei Yoshida, has said “Never say never” to Sony possibly creating a Playstation 4 + Playstation Vita bundle.
Speaking in an interview with Polygon, he stated that:
“In the past, we did something like Bravia TV and PS3 bundle, so that’s even bigger, so never say never. We are super excited about how people are using it.”
Earlier this month Amazon France posted a page for an unannounced PS4 + PS Vita which was available for people to purchase for €579 or around $790 or £463 and would go on sale July 4 and would be called “Ultimate Player Edition”. Also a twitter user named Wario64 managed to get their hands on a scan of a Best Buy advertisement which showed the bundle, along with Borderlands 2 for PS Vita, would be available for $560.
In an interview with Gamespot Playstation’s Hardware Marketing Executive, John Koller, said that Sony had “No firm plans” to release the bundle, but he then went on to say “It’s an interesting proposition.”
The Playstation 4 is currently available for £350 in the UK or $399 in the US and the Playstation Vita is available for £150 in the UK or $255 in the US.
4 thoughts on “SONY SAYS “NEVER SAY NEVER” TO PS4 AND VITA BUNDLE”
This is a bundle I will be willing to buy as soon as soon as it available, keep the PS4 and giveaway the vita on our site.
To be fair that’s something we would do as well! If Amazon has listed it then I’m sure Sony will announce it in the near future.
yes hopefully its sooner than later.
Sony are usually quite good with these things so it shouldn’t be too long