The PlayStation 4 went on sale at midnight last night, joining the Xbox One in next-gen console combat -- if you can find one, as many retailers are already sold out.
You can get the PS4 with FIFA 14, Need for Speed: Rivals and Battlefield 4 for £529, or throw in Knack too for £580. That's a full hundred quid more than the console on its own, which can cost as little as £350.
And even if you have ordered the console, there's no guarantee you'll enjoy some festive gaming: orders placed for either the the PS4 and Xbox One in the last two weeks.
If you have managed to get your hands on a brand spanking new console, you can do more than play games. Here's a list of the entertainment apps available on the PS4 available here in the UK:
- BBC iPlayer
- BBC Sports
- Demand 5
- BBC News
- Amazon / Lovefilm
- Music Unlimited
- Video Unlimited VidZone
Excited gamers queued at shops at midnight, with Game's pop-up shop in London handing over the first consoles to Blaine Smith of Bedford -- the first person to pre-order a PS4 back in February -- and Imran Chowdri of London, who has been queuing since Tuesday. That's them pictured above.
The rival Xbox One hit shops last week, shiftingin a day -- but British bookie Paddy Power reckon the .
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