Has-Been Heroes is merely days a way for the intended March 28 launch, however European and Australian fans will have to wait a bit longer. According to developer Frozenbyte and publisher GameTrust, the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 …Read More The post Has-Been Heroes Sees Small Delay in Australia and Europe by Lou Contaldi appeared first on DualShockers.
Online retailer Amazon offered preorders for the Switch several times following the console’s release date announcement, promising day one delivery of Nintendo’s latest console. Now it’s day one, and many preorder customers are still waiting. Advertisement All it takes is searching Twitter for “Amazon” and “Switch” to see that many customers are regretting their choice of pre-purchase retailers. Complaints include customers stuck in “Shipping Now” status while orders still promise delivery this evening by 8 AM . . . . . . to customers being informed their consoles will be arriving over the weekend or into next week. Adding insult to injury, Amazon is still sporadically selling the Switch online. A small batch of Neon consoles went up for sale on the site earlier today, quickly selling out. Meanwhile, the Amazon Games Twitter account is tweeting about consoles being available for purchase at Amazon book store locations in the Northwest U.S. And while many customers who preordered the console via Amazon when they first went up in mid-January are still waiting for their units, customers who ordered units that were made available for purchase last night in select cities via Amazon’s Prime Now two-hour delivery program are reporting successful receipt…
Sony’s Headset was Expected on Jan. 12th, No New Release Date Yet The first-party headset, originally set for release in less than 24 hours, no longer has a release date on some store sites. According to a report from PowerUpGaming, the headset’s previous release date is no longer in effect. If accurate, this will be the second time the headset has been delayed. At the time this is being written, there are multiple release dates listed for Sony’s new hardware. Amazon.ca has it listed for January 17. Amazon.com has the same product coming out on January 31st. EBgames has the release date pushed back until next December. The discrepancy between release dates is troubling enough on its own, never mind the last-minute nature of the delay. Sony has yet to come out with a new release date for the device. The Sony site only says it’s not yet available in the region. Hopefully it comes out before next December. At the very least, fans will want to know why this second delay has occurred. SOURCE: PowerUpGaming The post Sony’s PS4 Platinum Headset Has Been Delayed appeared first on COGconnected.