The PlayStation 4 will be released on Nov. 15 in North America and Nov. 29 in Europe, Sony announced today at its press briefing at the German games expo GamesCom. And, just as a reminder, it’ll run you $400—something we learned at this year’s E3.
There’s not much other news to gather from Sony’s showing. The PlayStation Vita will now be sold for $200—that’s a $50 price-cut. The company continued to bolster its army of independent games that will be coming to the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita before the Xbox One. It showed off Hotline Miami 2, Rogue Legacy, and Guns Of Icarus, all games either already available on or coming soon to personal computers. Sony also revealed a couple of unannounced new games, like the very pretty and Legend Of Zelda: Wind Waker-looking Rime and a new apocalyptic adventure from the makers of Dear Esther called Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture. Oh, and Minecraft will be available on the PlayStation 4 on day one.