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Sony confirms PS3 price cut, Europe not included

July 9th, 2007 · No Comments

Sony today slashed 100 bucks of the 60GB PS3 in the US. It’s also announced the release of an 80GB edition, priced at the original 599 dollar point, and bundled with free copy of Motorstorm. Explained Jack Tretton, president and CEO of SCEA: “As we move into the next phase of PS3, it’s important that we continue to evaluate our product line, offering consumers the technology and features that meet their growing needs for new forms of media and the way in which it is delivered. The introduction of the 80GB PS3, the new pricing for the current 60GB model, the availability of more than 100 new software titles this fiscal year and, finally, the expansion of services for PlayStation Network, will provide even more options for users and will help bring new consumers into the PS3 fold.”
There’s no official news on a European price cut yet. Sony US maintains that the cut does not affect any other PS3 territory.

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