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Posted by Chuck Corbin on May 15, 2013

PS4 Should Be Coming To Europe This Year

When it comes to consoles there’s usually a pattern of where and when they’re released. Usually, they’re released first in Japan, then in the Americas, and then usually they’re released last in Europe, sometime up to a year after the original Japanese release. Over the past few years, however, that trend has started to die down a little bit, with the US and Japan both getting consoles at the same time. However, because of the various countries and their separate laws/languages, Europe is always usually last, and according to the Edge it was looking like Europe was going to be getting the PS4 later as well.

That is no longer the case, it seems. An insider source told CVG that Sony is looking to get in on the European action by the end of this year. According to the source, Sony has learned that it can’t let Microsoft get the “first-mover” advantage, and will be looking to make sure that such a situation won’t happen again.

Of course, we won’t officially know more until Sony announces something. With E3 coming around the corner before too long, it’s almost expected that they’ll make an announcement about when exactly the PS4 will be hitting store shelves. After all, Microsoft is probably going to be doing the same thing, and Sony has learned not to underestimate the competition.

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