Xbox One Will Launch In South Africa This September
The Xbox One launched in 13 countries, far behind that of the PS4 which has enjoyed over 50 countries since its November release. However, later this year that will change, and after months of speculation in which an October release was expected, we’ve finally got official confirmation on when the Xbox One will land in South Africa. As well as 26 additional markets.
Graeme Boyd, Social Marketing Manager of Xbox EMEA, revealed this information via Twitter.
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Xbox One coming to 26 new markets worldwide this September, incl. 19 Europe / Middle East and African markets. List: http://t.co/kA1gb5fB5a
— Graeme Boyd (@AceyBongos) March 18, 2014
The information of course came from a post on Xbox Wire, the official place for all things Xbox.
The post confirms that the Xbox One will be made available in 26 more countries come September this year, and South Africa is listed right there in the bullet-points. Information on specific dates or pricing have not yet been disclosed, but we can expect that now in the near future.
Will you be picking up at an Xbox One when it launches this September?