Posted by John on November 22, 2011

PS3 3D display delayed in Europe

Sony has delayed the European launch of its PS3 3D display, which was revealed at this year’s E3 expo.

According to Amazon: “We have been informed by our supplier that there will be a delay in obtaining stock for this item and it will no longer be released in Europe in 2011.”

SCE UK told us this afternoon that it didn’t have a statement or update to offer on the product’s release.

The full HD 24 inch display comes with a pair of glasses, a HDMI cable and a game in the US, where it launched earlier this month. In UK, where it will cost about £410, the same display will come with no games but two pairs of 3D glasses.

The display is capable of not just 3D play, but a neat trick that allows two players to play together on the same display without the need for split-screen - the 3D glasses separate the two (2D-only) pictures for you.

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