Canadian gamers need love, too.

Sony has announced a great PlayStation 4 bundle for Canada and it's well worth your attention.

It's the "Boxing Day" package and it includes copies of NHL 15 and the recently released LittleBigPlanet 3 . The price is only $450, which isn't bad, and Canadian gamers can pre-order the bundle starting December 24. It'll then be available a couple days later on Boxing Day (December 26). U.S. consumers needn't despair, though; they have the option of a fantastic "Four Games, One Pick" bundle . Great quartet of titles!

The Canadians still love their hockey, I know that.

Related Game(s): NHL 15

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PC_Max
PC_Max
7 years ago

Well its a good deal for us Canucks but I admit it… not interested in the NHL 15. Yes I know…. I know. It goes against all things natural in Canada. I would have preferred Assassins Creed Unity or Second Son maybe instead. If that was there I would have been tempted to order it … before The Order comes out later next year.

Regardless it definitely not a bad deal for the price if at least two of the those games are on your wish list.

Merry Christmas to the gamer!

Keep playing!

WorldEndsWithMe
WorldEndsWithMe
7 years ago

Boxing. I see what they did there.

Rachet_JC_FTW
Rachet_JC_FTW
7 years ago

you gotta get the reference and it is funny but a sad funny

Rachet_JC_FTW
Rachet_JC_FTW
7 years ago

well i hope all you canadian gamers enjoy what bundles you get cos you know the rest of us far away won't be getting our hands on it(ps i'm in NZ), but you US peps close by could drive over there to get one if you really wanted to

happy gaming

gumbi
gumbi
7 years ago

$450 is the regular PS4 price here, so the boxing day bundle is basically 2 free games.

If I didn't already have a PS4, I'd be interested.

Though, I think I speak for all Canadian gamers when I say "Just drop the damned price already!". $399 was the sweet spot for a new console, but now over a year in it's actually more expensive in Canada than when it launched… Not cool Sony, not cool.

big6
big6
7 years ago

Yes, it went up $50 since its launch, but that was attributed to our (now) much weaker dollar.

Whereas, before, our dollar was almost parity with the US.