PS4 players in the Middle East looking to get The Last of Us: Part 2 on release will have to jump through a couple of hoops.
Middle East headlines
Dante’s Inferno has been a brazen controversy magnet over the course what could only be described as its promotional rollercoaster ride – and not for lack of trying, either.That, however, hasn’t stopped EA from exercising uncharacteristic levels of caution where the Middle East is concerned.
Microsoft has announced that 10 million Xbox 360 consoles have been sold in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa in four years time.The company stated that this huge number is evidence that “Xbox 360 is the only console to achieve year-on-year growth across the region this year”.“Xbox 360 continues to pull ahead of the competition […]
According to this, Microsoft may be readying to make an announcement in the Middle East next week, which the piece speculating it could be the launch of Live in the region. The announcement will be made in Dubai, apparently.