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After months of unrelenting hype, GT Sport has dropped. You can finally buy yourself a copy of the game for more or less P2,600. If you're looking for a more exclusive experience of the title, you can grab the game's Limited or Collector's edition for between P3,000 and P6,000.

But if you're really, really looking to stand out from your fellow gamers, we suggest you look into this ridiculous GT Sport and PlayStation 4 Pro bundle. It not only comes with a virtual reality system, a racing wheel with pedals, a PS Plus subscription and a 65-inch 4K television, but a limited edition Mazda MX-5 as well. Yes, this package comes with a real, functioning sports car.

Some sources have called it the world's most expensive PlayStation 4 bundle, though it's probably incorrect considering how far some developers go when it comes to a title's promotions (the zombie/parkour title Dying Light was available in a $386,000 [P19.8 million] special edition which came with an undead apocalypse-themed house). Some forums and game sites placed this package's price tag at around $46,600 (P2.3 million).

If those prices are correct, the bundle will cost more than a Philippine-spec MX-5 RF (P2.2 million). You can check out more of this ridiculously exclusive bundle in Mazda Taiwan's Facebook post below. Have you bought yourself a copy of the game already?


Drei Laurel
Online Editorial Assistant
Drei's passion for driving began not behind the wheel of a car, but in front of a keyboard and computer screen, playing 'Need For Speed' for hours on end with his twin brother.
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