We all knew that it was coming, but here it is: the PlayStation 4's limited edition Star Wars bundle. Due out in both Europe and North America this November – with pre-orders set to open very soon – the only twist with this tempting package is that there are actually two of them. That's right, Sony's doubling down on force fever this holiday, and so it's got an option for everyone.
But first, the obvious: the Star Wars Battlefront set comes with a 500GB console, a custom DualShock 4, a deluxe edition copy of DICE's first-person shooter, and a collection of four classic Star Wars titles playable on the PS4 for the first time. These enhanced re-releases with full Trophy support will include: Super Star Wars, Star Wars: Racer Revenge, Star Wars: Jedi Starfighter, and Star Wars Bounty Hunter.
Of course, if that's not your cup of tea, then perhaps you'll prefer the Disney Infinity 3.0 package. This also includes a 500GB console, a custom DualShock 4, and the aforementioned classics – but comes packing a copy of the House of Mouse's latest toys-to-life title, as well as a Disney Infinity base, a Rise Against the Empire playset, and Luke and Leia figurines. You'll also get the PlayStation exclusive Boba Fett model.
The console itself is based upon the lighter CUH-1200 series, and comes printed with Darth Vader's face across the front. Meanwhile, the system's surface has the Star Wars logo engraved across it, creating an added texture. This same design feature is replicated across the DualShock 4's touchpad, which also has red and blue shoulder buttons to match the iconic look of the original trilogy's lead antagonist.
Last but not least, if you don't want the custom console, there'll be a standard Star Wars Battlefront bundle that will come with the game and abovementioned classics, but which will ship in basic Jet Black. The manufacturer's going the whole hog as expected with this, then – but what do you think of the design itself? Feel the force in the comments section below.
Update: The Star Wars Battlefront and Disney Infinity 3.0 hardware bundles will actually boast 1TB hard drives in Europe. They'll be 500GB in the US. There's more information through here.