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You can't get a PS5 Slim with a cheaper game: GameStop is putting together a brand-new bundle

You can't get a PS5 Slim with a cheaper game: GameStop is putting together a brand-new bundle


PS5 console prices are falling, but where can you get the cheapest PS5 bundle with the game? You can get it at GameStop. You haven't been able to purchase the package anywhere yet.

When you purchase a new PS5 Slim, GameStop will give you the recently released Skull and Bones game. (Source: GameStop / Screenshot: Netzwelt)

You can get the PS5 for cheap again in many online stores in February 2024. GameStop has now taken this opportunity to offer you a new package to purchase in which you can secure your PS5 Slim including the disc drive. Plus, GameStop is including a very special PS5 game: Skull and Bones.

Why special? Ubisoft's pirate game was announced at E3 in the summer of 2017 and has been repeatedly delayed. Meanwhile, many people no longer expect the title to appear at all. Since February 2024, you've been able to set sail with your crew on an action adventure, treasure hunting and ship-based combat.

  • PS5 Slim with drive and controller included

  • Skull and Bones in the PS5 version

The bundle with PS5 Slim (with disc drive) and Skull and Bones in the PS5 version costs €499.99 at GameStop. Individually, the console still costs around €470, even with the current cheapest offers. According to the RRP, Skull and Bones costs just under €80. Compared to buying them individually, you can save about 50 euros with this package

Deal Tip:

You can find similar offers in our buying guides for PS5 consoles.

You can currently save with this offer if you have both the console and the Pirates game on your shopping list. A PS5 Insider will always tell you about more offers.

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