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Monday, 16 April 2012 09:15

PS3 in red coming to UK

Written by David Stellmack



NA release also seems likely


The 320GB red colored version of the PlayStation 3 which has been exclusive to Japan only is headed for the U.K. Word is that you can now pre-order the red version of the console with the 320GB hard drive for release in the U.K. on April 27th.

While no one is confirming it, sources tell us that we can expect that the red version of the PlayStation 3 will likely also make its way to the North America market. While we don’t have a date yet, it will be announced soon, according to our sources. Beyond the color and the 320GB hard drive, there is little else to report about the red colored unit, other than it is expected that it will only be available for a limited time if our sources are correct.



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