Before the much anticipated Sony PS4 is released, there has already been plenty of buzz surrounding this next generation console. In fact, we just brought you word that Sony has plans to sell a whopping 5 million units of their new PS4 consoles before the end of their next fiscal year, which is a pretty lofty target considering how its predecessor, the Sony PS3 itself, took nearly a year to achieve that particular target. Not only that, we have also heard that Sony will be holding back on some PS4 stock to prevent any shortages that might arise during the launch window. Having said that, those living in Japan will only be able to wrap their mitts around the PS4 in February next year, but for the rest of Asia, you guys are a whole lot luckier as MCV has reported from the Tokyo Game Show that the PS4 will be launched in South Korea, Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan later this December, making Christmas a definitely more festive experience – if you have the dough to spare, that is.
Other than that, Sony did not offer up any more pricing details or specific launch dates for the other Asian areas. North America and Europe would benefit from the PS4 release first, arriving on November 15 and November 29, respectively.