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1TB PS4 lands in the US, but it's in an ugly 'Black Ops 3' bundle

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Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but orange and grey is so last season, every season. The 1TB PlayStation 4 officially arrives in North America on November 6th in a specially designed Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 bundle that includes the game, Nuk3town bonus map, console and matching controller. It costs $450 in the US and CAD$550 in Canada, and pre-orders are available today. Seriously though, we won't judge anyone for snagging this thing -- 1TB is a lot of storage, after all.

The 1TB PS4 launched in Europe in July, minus the Black Ops 3 artwork. It costs £350 in the UK, the same price as Microsoft's 1TB Xbox One. In the US, the 1TB Xbox One runs $400.

Sony and Activision, the publisher behind Black Ops 3, announced a partnership at E3 2015 that makes the PS4 the "new home of Call of Duty." For years, Microsoft's Xbox 360 and Xbox One received special treatment within the Call of Duty franchise, often launching betas and DLC weeks before any other platforms.

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