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Thursday, 03 July 2014 07:26

Vita in high demand in North America

Written by David Stellmack

Sony claims it is having trouble keeping up

Sony has revealed that the demand for the PlayStation Vita in North America is quite high. So high in fact, that the manufacturer admits that they are having trouble meeting the demand for the Vita in North America.

Retailers that we checked in with echo the same story. The unit is out of stock and when new stock has arrived, it has been a couple of units at a time and those sell quickly.

The new slimmer and light Vita seems to have generated significant interest and it doesn’t hurt that it has all of that tight integration with the PlayStation 4.

Sony hopes that inventory will catch up with demand before we enter the holiday selling season. Sony will be replenishing unit as fast as it can to get the Vita back on dealer shelves.

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