After much speculation, Sony has announced that the PlayStation 4 will officially launch in North America on November 15th and in Europe on November 29th. That gives the console a prime holiday release date, where it will launch with a $399 pricetag. We previously learned that 100 PS4 games are set to be available within the console’s first year of release, which is necessary since the PS4 is not backwards compatible. Additionally, Sony announced that the PlayStation Vita will be getting a price cut to $100. Microsoft’s Xbox One doesn’t yet have a firm launch date, but it is expected to be released sometime in November as well.
Click here to pre-order the PlayStation 4 from Amazon. You will not be charged until the console ships.