The long-delayed PlayStation 4 will arrive in China March 20th
After months of delays, the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita are going on sale in China on March 20th, the company confirmed to Bloomberg. The former will cost 2,899 yuan (around $463), compared to $399 in the US, while the latter will sell for 1,299 yuan ($207). PlayStation 4 controllers will cost 380 yuan, or around $60. The PS4 was originally supposed to appear on January 11th, a little over a year after its US release, but the launch was delayed a few days beforehand, reportedly because of prolonged negotiations with the Chinese government.
Chinese officials banned foreign game consoles in 2000, driving most gamers to PCs or mobile devices. The prohibition was lifted in 2013, and Microsoft launched the Xbox One in September of…
Source:: The Verge