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Limited Edition Days of Play PS4 Announced for June

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Recently, Sony held one of its State of Play streams that unveiled a new game coming to the PS4 and details about the upcoming expansion of Monster Hunter: World. The latest stream also showcased the highly-anticipated trailer of Final Fantasy VII remake, which was first announced back in 2015.

Unfortunately, the latest State of Play stream only focused on upcoming games and did not provide further details regarding the recently announced successor to the PS4. However, Sony unveiled a new variation of the console that will be available for a limited time only and will sport a fresh new design.

The upcoming Days of Play edition of the PS4 will feature the iconic Triangle, Circle, X, and Square symbols on the side of the console. The system will feature an industrial design with a steel-grey finish and will include a similarly designed DualShock controller to complete the package. The limited edition console will be the slim variant of the PS4 and will include a 1 TB internal storage. The pricing of the limited edition console wasn't announced during the live stream, but it is expected to range somewhere along USD 300.

Sony did not specify a release date for the new system, but it will be launched sometime in June alongside the upcoming Days of Play event. This is not the first time that Sony released a limited edition Days of Play console. Last year, the company launched a bold design for the PS4 that featured an electric blue finish with the iconic symbols painted in gold and placed on top of the console. Last year's redesign was released during the Days of Play event and retailed for USD 300.

Apart from the latest trailer for FFVII, the State of Play live stream also released a new gameplay trailer for MediEvil remake, which also revealed its release date of October 25, 2019. To the uninitiated, MediEvil is an action-adventure hack and slash title that was originally released back in 1998 for the first PlayStation. Sony previously revealed that the upcoming remake will remain faithful to the original, and will feature updated 4K graphics and will be released exclusively to the PS4.

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