PlayStation 4 Release Date

New console already has more than 1 million pre-orders; Sony sold less than 1 million PlayStation 3 units upon its release in 2006

Sony revealed Tuesday that it will release its PlayStation 4 on Nov. 15 in North America, and Nov. 29 in Europe and Latin America.

The company made the announcement during a press conference at the Gamescom conference in Cologne, Germany.

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Sony said it will launch the PS4 with 15 games, and 33 by the end of the year.

The titles ready for launch will be:

■ “NBA 2K14″ (2K Sports)

■ “Call of Duty: Ghosts” (Activision)

■ “Skylanders: Swap Force” (Activision)

■ “Need for Speed: Rivals” (Electronic Arts)

■ “Battlefield 4″ (Electronic Arts)

■ “Madden NFL 25″ (Electronic Arts)

■ “FIFA 14″ (Electronic Arts)

■ “NBA Live 14″ (Electronic Arts)

■ “Killzone: Shadow Fall” (Sony)

■ “DriveClub” (Sony)

■ “Knack” (Sony)

■ “Assassins Creed: IV Black Flag” (Ubisoft)

■ “Watch Dogs” (Ubisoft)

■ “Just Dance 2014″ (Ubisoft)

■ “Lego Marvel Superheroes” (Warner Bros. Interactive)

Sony already had announced that the next-generation videogame console will be priced at $399. Microsoft’s rival Xbox One carries a $499 pricetag.

With the new PS4 out soon, Sony is cutting the price of the PS3 to $199 (for the 12GB version), and the Vita handheld to $199.

Microsoft has yet to reveal when exactly the Xbox One will be released.

Sony said it already has sold more than 1 million pre-orders for the PlayStation 4 around the world. That’s significant considering Sony sold less than 1 million units of the PlayStation 3 upon its launch in 2006.

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See the video below to watch the full Sony PlayStation press conference at Gamescom:

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