PS4 Slim Bundle With Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition, GT Sport, Uncharted 4, and More Now in India

PS4 Slim Bundle With Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition, GT Sport, Uncharted 4, and More Now in India


  • The latest PS4 Slim bundle costs Rs. 30,990
  • It comes with three highly rated games
  • It’s Sony’s first bundle for India after the PS4 Slim price hike

Despite the PS4 Slim price hike in India due to an increase in customs duty, Sony has launched a new PS4 Slim bundle that includes Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition. Other additions include GT Sport and Uncharted 4 as well as a three month PlayStation Plus subscription along with a 500GB PS4 Slim. This new PS4 Slim bundle price is Rs. 30,990. It’s now available at select retailers both online and offline such as Amazon and Games The Shop. Considering Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition (which features the base game and all its downloadable content on disc) has not released in India yet, this bundle makes it the only way to get the game.

That being said, we don’t recommend buying a new PS4 Slim just to get Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition. Like past PS4 Slim bundles, it’s a matter of time before retailers sell the game separately and hopefully at a reasonable price. Due to being available in plenty bundles, Uncharted 4 is available for as low as Rs. 1,200 offline though don’t expect a copy of Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition bundled with the PS4 Slim to be so cheap just yet. Gadgets 360 has reached out to Sony India to find out if Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition will be available as a standalone purchase on disc and we’ll update this story when we hear from the company.

If you haven’t bought a PS4 Slim yet and are looking to get one what with the likes of God of War and Spider-Man on the way, this is perhaps the best one yet from Sony. Reason being, it has three of the PS4’s best games thus far. Though we’d prefer Uncharted: The Lost Legacy over Uncharted 4, but that’s a debate for another post.

With new PS4 Slim bundles it seems that Sony is looking to extend its lead the market. The PS4 has already sold close to 250,000 units in India and options like this will simply further the company’s cause.