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PS Vita is Getting Three New Color Variants This Month
Sony’s PlayStation Vita may not be doing too well in terms of sales or releases of notable titles, but that doesn’t stop Sony from offering three different colors for PlayStation Vita.
On September 17, the same day TGS 2015 kicks-off, Sony will release three new colors for its handheld in Japan. Colors include Aqua Blue, Neon Orange, and Glacier White. Check them out below:
Users will be able to pick up their favorite color for 18,980 yen + tax. The Aqua Blue color will release under model number PCH-2000 ZA23, Neon Orange will use PCH-2000 ZA24, and Glacier White will have model number PCH-2000 ZA22.
In September, these colors will only be available in Japan, but surely fans would love to see them reach west as well. Well, we have some good news for such fans.
PlayStation Vita Aqua Blue will be available in U.S, exclusively at GameStop this November. Sony announced on PlayStation Blog:
Pre-orders for the Aqua Blue PS Vita are now live, so make sure to head over to GameStop.com or your local GameStop store to stake your claim. This is the first time that the slimmer, lighter PS Vita has been available in a color other than black in the U.S.
In U.S, PlayStation Vita Aqua Blue is priced at $199.99.