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PS4 custom covers desired thanks to Yakuza Ishin

There is continued evidence that we could soon get companies offering custom covers for the PS4 seeing as though we have had the Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes inspired design and now the limited edition Yakuza Ishin as well. These are just a simple cover for the storage bay cover, but what a transformation they make.

However, where the two differ is how the MGS version is a bundle up for sale, whereas the Yakuza Ishin PSC custom cover will be given away to 100 lucky winners of a competition.

DualShockers says that the PlayStation 4 is not part of the prize, just the cover. This is certainly a competition that you would want to enter because it will help add a bit of individuality to your PS4.

The bad news is that the competition is not open to westerners, and so is just more of a tease for us. There are some PS4 owners out there who would love to be able to purchase a custom cover of their favorite game or anything else they are interested in.

Desired PS4 custom covers — With an endless choice of possibilities we have a feeling that once GTA V is released on the PlayStation 4 it to could have a custom cover as part of a limited edition bundle. However, Rockstar and Sony would be silly not to offer a custom cover as a standalone option.

That’s not the only custom PS4 cover we would like to see, as Watch_Dogs would also be a popular choice, as would the next Call of Duty title and even the next Uncharted game.

What custom PlayStation 4 cover would you like?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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