While Xbox One was the first console to officially launch in China since the PlayStation 2, Sony won’t be far behind. Both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita will be available on January 11, 2015. PlayStation 4 systems will retail for 2,899 RMB ($468) and the PlayStation Vita is 1,299 ($210).
Sony confirmed there will be games from local developers in China including King of Wushu (which will also be on Xbox One), One Tap Hero (iOS version pictured), and Mr. Pumpkin Adventure which was shown at IGF China.
These developers are working on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita titles:
BEIJING AURORA INTERACTIVE NETWORK TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.
Beijing Chukong Technology Co. Ltd
BEIJING LIANZHONG CO.,LTD
Beijing Pixel Software Technology Joint-Stock Co.,Ltd
Beijing S-Game Software Technology CO.,LTD
Beijing SparkCube Co.,Ltd
CIRCLE Entertainment LTD
CottonGame Network Technology Co., Ltd. Shanghai
Guang Zhou Net Ease Interactive Entertainment Co., Ltd
Kami Neko Studio
Onipunks (Beijing) Software Ltd.
Perfect World Entertainment Inc.
Phoenix Publishing & Media, Inc.
Shanghai Giant Network Technology Co., Ltd
Shanghai Kena Information Technology Co., Ltd.
Shanghai Muhe Network Technology Co.,
Shanghai The9 Information Technology Co., Ltd.
Shanghai Youju Information Technology Co., Ltd.
Shen Zhen Ao Le Yi Jie Computer Software Limited Corporation
Suzhou Snail Digital Technology CO., Ltd
TianJin YiLong Network Technology Co.Ltd.
Westhouse Corporation Limited
Ying Pei Digital Technology (Shanghai) Co., Limited
Yushi Games Shanghai Co., LTD