The delay still remains unexplained.
After the inexplicable last minute delay, it appears that PlayStation is ready to join Xbox in an attempted conquest of the Chinese gaming market- PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita will both be launching in China on March 20.
We still don’t actually know what caused the delay, and there is no note or press release that suggests that there is any change in Sony’s initial plans (such as keeping PlayStation region free in China).
What we do know is the launch lineup for both systems in the country:
Okay, so that… sucks, honestly. It looks like PlayStation will suffer from the same content problem that has been plaguing Xbox One since its launch in China last September (due to local censorship laws, it is assumed). At least the Vita gets Toukiden and Final Fantasy.
Speaking of Vita, here is how much the Memory Cards will cost:
Which sounds pretty much in line with the rest of the world.
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