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PS5 and Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart Might be Getting A Bundle

PS5 and Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart Might be Getting A Bundle - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 08 June 2021 / 1,207 Views

Publisher Sony Interactive Entertainment and developer Insomniac Games will be releasing Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart for the PlayStation 5 on Friday, June 11. 

It now appears Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart will be getting a PlayStation 5 bundle, according to French news site Station of Play. The bundle includes a PS5 console, DualSense controller, and a copy of Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart.

A tweet from Station of Play says the bundle will launch alongside the game this Friday and has an expected price of €569.99. The site also expects there to be between 10,000 and 12,000 of the Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart PS% bundles. 

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VAMatt (on 08 June 2021)

If I were Sony and MS, I would do this with every big game release until console demand is met.

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twintail VAMatt (on 08 June 2021)

to be honest, I'm not really sure what the point of a bundle is if they can't keep up with demand to begin with.
Granted, I'm not complaining that one exists, but it does seem strange all things considered.

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VAMatt twintail (on 08 June 2021)

It is not at a lower price. It forces people to buy the game in order to get the console.

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twintail VAMatt (on 09 June 2021)

and if ppl don't want the game, then they just don't buy the console?
And what about the price? if there is no price benefit to the bundle when the price barrier of entry increases.
Not sure how this is enticing to Sony/ MS or a large number of consumers.

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VAMatt twintail (on 09 June 2021)

I think the deal is that demand for consoles so far exceeds supply at the moment that they will have no problem selling all the bundles. The only difference is that they will have sold additional copies of the game that they may not have otherwise been able to sell.

I'm not sure that is helpful from a PR perspective. It's just a way to get some more money out of people without being seen as particularly greedy. It's not the same as the GameStop bundles where they force you to spend $900 for a bunch of accessories and crap you don't want to get the console.

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Angelv577 VAMatt (on 09 June 2021)

exactly. I got a ps5 with spider man MM and COD cold war even though I didnt care for COD but I wanted the ps5 so bad that I got it anyway. sony and retail stores can bundle any game and still sell it.

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twintail Angelv577 (on 09 June 2021)

how much did you pay for this PS5?

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Angelv577 twintail (on 10 June 2021)

around $750. it included an extra controller and a $25 gift card. it isnt bad if you add all the items together at regular price although it was more than I was willing to pay. keep in mind I traded in two consoles, my PS VR and a few games so out of the pocket was around $300.

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