Monday came the announcements from Sony detailing about its very recent decision of slashing prices for its PS Vita in Japan.
Yes, Japan has planned to cut down the price of its Vita handheld console in Japan. The company officials said that the decision aims at providing a boost in the sales of the struggling device.
The product will be available at slashed prices from Feb. 28. The cuts will now set a new range for the product i. e. the 3G and Wi-Fi versions, which were previously being sold for 30,000 yen and 25,000 yen respectively, will be now sold for 19,980 yen ($214).
Moreover, the company has also mentioned about a seven-day free trial of PS Plus for the Japanese consumers along with a free download campaign for Sony's Torne TV service.
It is yet not confirmed that whether Sony Computer Entertainment has any further plans of extending the offer or expanding the price cut to any other countries like U. S. or not.
Hopes are higher to hear more confirmed news from the company tomorrow during the Sony PlayStation event that has been organized in New York.
Some other recent launches from Sony are a Web-based PlayStation store in the U. S., Canada, Mexico, and Brazil, to allow all the gamers purchase content online as well as on their console.
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