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PS4 Price Cut Coming October 9th

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Sony has announced a price cut for the PS4 in North America, according to IGN. Beginning October 9th, residents of the United States and Canada will be able to purchase a PS4 for $349.99, $50 cheaper than the original retail price. Sony previously announced a price cut in Japan at the Tokyo Game Show in September. If you are in the market for a PS4, however, you may want to wait until the holiday season for even greater potential deals on bundles. 


Via: IGN.com

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