The UK arm of SCE has confirmed to MCV that the UK is indeed in line for a price cut to the PSPgo.
The machine will see £65 cut from its current RRP of £225, meaning it will be available for £159.99. The price still puts it above the standard PSP-3000, which currently retails for around £135 and, of course, includes support for UMD-based titles.
It’s unclear when the change will come into effect.
This morning we reported that Sony is to cut $50 from the price of the console in North America this month, bringing its RRP down to $199.
Furthermore, the Japanese market is to see an even greater discount with the price falling to ¥26,800 – that’s a price drop of over $110.
UPDATE: Sony has confirmed to MCV that the price drop will come into effect on Monday November 1st.