All Other Gaming Bundles Are Crap Next To Taiwan's Gran Turismo Sport Super Bundle
So. Video game bundles. Usually you get a cool case for the game, maybe Master Chief’s helmet on a stand and some in-game credit. Well, all of that shit pales in comparison to Sony Interactive Entertainment Taiwan Limited’s Gran Turismo Sport Super Bundle.
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For the upcoming Gran Turismo Sport game, this bundle comes with (ready?) the game, a PS4 Pro, a PlayStation VR full luxury package, a Bravia 4K HDR OLED television, a Thrustmaster racing wheel, an APIGA AP1 professional racing seat, 12 months of Playstation Plus and a real 2018 Mazda goddamn Miata.
The press release quotes the bundle to cost $1.4 million Taiwanese dollars, which comes out to around $46,000 here. Sadly, the Super Bundle won’t be available for purchase in the U.S., though. (Interested Taiwanese parties are encouraged to register here.)
Because I’m curious and like math, I tallied up everything in this bundle with approximately how much they would cost here:
- Gran Turismo Sport: $59.99
- PS4 Pro: $396.99
- PS VR: $499.99
- 12 months of PS Plus: $59.99
- Bravia 4K HDR OLED TV: $4,999 (55-inch model, assuming)
- Thrustmaster T-GT wheel: $799.99
- APIGA AP1 race seat: $389
- 2018 Mazda Miata: $30,705 (base, with Soul Red paint)
All of that brings us to a grand total of about $38,000, which is about $8,000 cheaper than the bundle. Good deal or nah?