Sony is expanding their business to the People’s Republic of China. After a 14 year ban on foreign consoles was officially lifted earlier this year, Chinese gamers will finally be able to get their hands on officially supported PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita units on January 11, 2015. The PlayStation 4 will cost 2,899 RMB and the PlayStation Vita will cost 1,299 RMB. Since this is an official launch, Sony will have an service network in place to service local PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita units.
Over 70 developers and publishers will be supporting the Chinese launch. Some developers are China-based teams, and others are big name multi-national brands like Ubisoft. Ubisoft has revealed a few of the titles they will be launching in China, including Trials Fusion and Rayman Legends.
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