South Africa: PlayStation 4 shortage comes to an end

March 12, 2014 • Gadgets and Gaming

Ster Kinekor Entertainment today confirm that an additional shipment of PlayStation 4 units has arrived in South Africa and that a consistent flow of consoles can be expected moving forward.

Sony’s latest console, the PlayStation 4 (image: Sony)

Sony’s latest console, the PlayStation 4 (image: Sony)

“It’s been a challenging few months liaising with our global teams to ensure that the South African PlayStation 4 console demands have been met to satisfactory levels. As expected the team has been working hard with our international colleagues to ensure that the inflow of units will be regulated and remain consist for the foreseeable future,” says Mario Dos Santos, Chief Executive Office of Ster Kinekor Entertainment.

“Retailer support is imperative to the success of these units. We are thrilled to announce that PlayStation 4 accessories will now also be available through retailers from this week.”

This comes after it was announced that the PS4 has cumulatively sold more than 5.3 million units around the world as of February 8, and is continuing to demonstrate strong growth and momentum.

New price point on the PlayStation 4 console and the new accessories have been detailed below:

* PS4 Standalone: R 6 799.99

* DS4 Black: R 999.99

* DS4 Charging Station: R 399.99

* PS4 Camera: R 999.99

* PS4 Stand: R399.99

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