How To Get A 'PlayStation 4 Pro' And Two Big-Time Games For Only $400?

If you're looking to for the more powerful PlayStation 4 Pro, or have yet to pick up any of Sony's current-generation consoles, this deal may be the perfect one for you. According to reports, US retailer NewEgg is currently offering a PS4 Pro along with a copy of Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Day One Edition, all for the MSRP of $400.

Needless to stay, this deal is quite a decent offer, no matter how you look at it.

Why this deal is a win-win

You will get several hours of playing time from each of the two included games. Both of these games also fully support PlayStation 4 Pro, which means a better frame-rate/supersampling if you are on an HDTV, and even checkerboard 4K resolution if you have a 4K TV set.

The deal is only available for NewEgg's eBay outlet, and you can grab it if you visit their website now. There has been no confirmation as to when this is going to last, but According to VG24/7, the website does say limited quantities.

Other PlayStation News

In other new, DailyStar has confirmed that PlayStation Plus for February is going to be announced in the coming hours, but PS4 fans already have news of one amazing freebie in the form of a Paragon PlayStation Plus Booster Pack.

Paragon, Epic Games' third-person MOBA game, is celebrating its 1st anniversary this year. In celebration of this, Epic is teaming up with PlayStation Plus to offer a special pack for fans and players.

About the Pack

The booster pack would include the following content:

Moon Viper skin for Khaimera

200 Paragon Coins

1 Loot Crate + 1 Key; access to Rare skins, Emotes, Master Challenges, and more

10-Day XP Boost - Level up heroes faster and claim the Master Challenge rewards.

10-Day Rep Boost - Gain more reputation, spend on card packs and more.

The booster pack will be available to PlayStation Plus members starting on January 27 until February 21.

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