This is a beautiful console if you don’t already have a PS4. 

Kingdom Hearts 3 Gets Its Own Special Edition PS4 Pro  

Kingdom Hearts III may not be out until next year but that hasn’t stopped any of the game’s hype, as fans have been waiting for a new addition to the franchise since Kingdom Heart II released back in 2005. 

If you absolutely love the series as much as we do, then you won’t want to pass up on the special edition PlayStation 4 Pro console that’s presumed to release along with the game in 2019. 

The simple yet glorious design is a lot more subtle than some of the PlayStation special edition consoles, and that’s definitely not a bad thing. 

Showing off a classic Kingdom Hearts-style design and including a matching DualShock 4 controller, this console is an absolute must if you’re a fan of the franchise. 

Although there’s no set price for the console as of yet, we’re likely to see an announcement in the months leading up to the release of the game. 

Kingdom Hearts III is set to be the biggest addition to the series, exploring the worlds of everyone’s favourite Disney movies including Toy Story, Frozen, Hercules, Pirates of the Caribbean and more. 

It will release on 29th January, 2019 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. 

Will you be picking up a copy? 

Kingdom Hearts isn’t the only franchise getting its own console. To celebrate the upcoming launch of Insomniac Games’ Spider-Man, Sony is selling a show-stopping themed PlayStation 4 Pro console to jazz up your living room.

The Spidey-red console features the iconic Spider-man spider symbol, and includes a matching DualShock controller.

Of course, purchasing the console means you’ll also get the actual Spider-Man game thrown in too.

This nifty bundle is, unfortunately, only being sold in America and Canada, where it’ll set you back $399 (USD) or $499 (CAD). 

The console will be available for purchase on 7th September, but if you’re keen to snag one for yourself then you’d best act quickly, as these are sure to sell out straight away. 

Which console do you prefer?