[UPDATE] A PlayStation spokesperson told GameSpot there is “nothing to announce” right now regarding the Horizon PS4 bundle coming to North America.
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A Horizon: Zero Dawn PlayStation 4 bundle is coming to Europe, Sony announced on the European PlayStation Blog today.
Set to launch on March 1, the game’s European release date, the bundle comes with a 1 TB PS4 Slim and a copy of Zero Dawn on a physical disc. It also includes a three-month PlayStation Plus subscription. Pricing was not announced; Sony said people should check with local retailers on that.
As of yet, this bundle has not been announced for any markets outside of Europe. GameSpot has contacted PlayStation’s North American division to see if this system might be available in the US.
PS4 bundles currently available in North America include those themed around Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. There are no bundles for the PS4 Pro, at least not yet.
Zero Dawn was originally scheduled to release in 2016, before Sony announced a delay to 2017. Developer Guerrilla Games said at the time that the delay would afford the company “the extra time required to deliver fully on our ambitious vision for Horizon: Zero Dawn.”
A newly released cinematic trailer revealed that The Wire and Lost actor Lance Reddick plays a mysterious character in the game.