Sony has confirmed that gamers from North America will be able to get the region's first 1TB PlayStation 4 console in November.
The gaming system will be bundled with the upcoming "Call of Duty: Black Ops 3" game.
Previously, the Sony console with bulked up internal storage was only available in Europe. But recently, online retailer Amazon leaked details of the 1TB PlayStation 4 for the U.S. market.
Shortly after the leak, Sony confirmed through the PlayStation Blog that the limited edition console bundled with the upcoming "Call of Duty" game will hit North America on November 6.
The bundle will cost $449.99 and aside from featuring the game, the console will also come with a special design. Channeling "Call of Duty: Black Ops 2," the console features orange pinstripes on its chassis as well as the logos of the upcoming shooter's different game modes.
The DualShock 4 controller included in the bundle also features the same design theme, according to PlayStation Lifestyle.
Under the supervision of development studio Treyarch, "Call of Duty: Black Ops 3" will come out on the same date as the launch of the 1TB PlayStation 4 bundle in the U.S. Aside from Sony's next-gen console, the game will also be available for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Xbox One and Microsoft Windows platforms.
The single-player campaign of the game takes place 40 years after "Call of Duty: Black Ops 2." Set in a dystopian future, advanced science and bio-technology play a huge role in the military conflict between countries.
Aside from the main campaign, the game also features two zombie-themed storylines. The first narrative, titled "Shadows of Evil," features four main characters voiced by celebrities Jeff Goldblum, Heather Graham, Neal McDonough and Ron Perlman.
The second story, on the other hand, is titled "The Giant" and focuses on the alternate versions of the characters introduced in the Origins map of "Call of Duty: Black Ops 2."
In August, a beta event for "Call of Duty: Black Ops 3" was launched for a select number of PlayStation 4 gamers. Rob Kostich, the general manager of the "Call of Duty" series for publisher Activision, boasted that the upcoming game will surely delight fans of the franchise with its stunning game play quality.
"Last month's beta on PS4 was a phenomenal success," the executive said according to the PlayStation Blog. "We want to thank the amazing PlayStation Nation for its feedback, for its participation and for making 'Black Ops III' the largest beta in PS4 history!"
"From day one, it has been designed to push the franchise to new heights on next generation hardware," he added. "We cannot wait for you to experience 'Black Ops III' for yourselves on November 6th, and we hope you like the 'Black Ops III' Limited Edition PS4 as much as we do."