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Thursday, 26 May 2011 09:22

Black Ops PS3 bundle coming

Written by David Stellmack
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Should start showing up next week
Ahead of E3, Sony is releasing a new PlayStation 3 bundle for the North American market called the “Limited Edition PlayStation 3 Call of Duty Black Ops” bundle.

Included in this bundle deal is the slim PlayStation 3, with a 160GB hard drive and one controller. In addition, as part of the bundle, you get the Black Ops game and a download code for the Black Ops “First Strike Content Pack.”

All of this comes in a Black Ops box that looks really cool, but there is no Black Ops branding on the actual console or controller. We are told that the bundle will only be available for a limited time, starting May 31st, and it will go for $299. No word yet if it will be offered in any other region than North America.


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