Xbox One Landing in 28 New Territories This Month

by William D'Angelo, posted on 03 September 2014 / 4,157 Views

Microsoft is releasing the Xbox One in 28 new countries this month. This is 10 months after the Xbox One launched in the US, Canada, Australia, UK, and many other European countries.

The release in 28 new territories more than doubles the total to 41. The Xbox One is being released in Japan, China, South Africa, many European countries, across Asia, and parts of South America.

Here is a list of release dates:

  • 2nd September: Chile and Colombia
  • 4th September: Japan
  • 5th September: Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Arab Emirates
  • 15th September: Israel
  • 23rd September: Hong Kong, India, Korea, Singapore, South Africa, Taiwan, China
  • 26th September: Russia

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A life-long and avid gamer, William D'Angelo was first introduced to VGChartz in 2007. After years of supporting the site, he was brought on in 2010 as a junior analyst, working his way up to lead analyst in 2012. He has expanded his involvement in the gaming community by producing content on his own YouTube channel and Twitch channel dedicated to gaming Let's Plays and tutorials. Outside, in the real world, he has a passion for the outdoors which includes everything from hiking to having received his B.A. in Environmental Studies. You can contact the author at wdangelo@vgchartz.com or on Twitter @TrunksWD.


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9 Comments

SWORDF1SH (on 03 September 2014)

What is it with VGC posting 2 articles on the same story from different authors? This is the third time I've seen it happen in the last few weeks.


r3tr0gam3r1337 (on 03 September 2014)

not only different authors but different numbers, VGC is a mess.


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ganoncrotch (on 03 September 2014)

one is on GamRconnect and the other is a vgchartz article, it's like a sister site but in reality all of gamRconnects traffic seems to come from here if you look at the views per article unless it's a pure clickbait rubbish article then outsiders come in to laugh at it.


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FujiokaMidori (on 04 September 2014)

I just said this: Implying the XBOX brand exists in Japan.


bnuyen@outlook.com (on 05 September 2014)

both ps4 and Xbox sales have slowed down after E3 and WiiUs have increased dramatically.


WebMasterFlex (on 06 September 2014)

lol come back to earth


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Dechizen (on 07 September 2014)

going from trash to crap sells does not make wii u impressive lol


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bnuyen@outlook.com (on 05 September 2014)

and it tanked in Japan XD ...Japan wants the WiiU its beating 3 to 1 the ps4. The WiiU is boss


Rankstrail (on 04 September 2014)

Now it has the ability to surpass Wii U total sales soon.


bnuyen@outlook.com (on 05 September 2014)

the WiiU has been selling better than the Xbox since E3. and its coming strong to surpass the ps4.


fory77 (on 06 September 2014)

I don't think the Wii U can think of getting close the the PS4 unless Smash and the Amiibos sell like hotcakes.


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Michael-5 (on 03 September 2014)

Haha Russia's last


dovus (on 03 September 2014)

It is the fault of russian depatment of Microsoft. This guys were too slow to deliver consoles to local shops all over the country, so they had to move the launch date from 5th to 26th.


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Nintoid (on 03 September 2014)

I am from Russia. X1 is vailable at all russian retailers more than 6 month, and much cheaper, than will be officialy from 26th. So yeah, it's funny.


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WebmasterX (on 04 September 2014)

Good Luck!! Great Machines. Great brand!! All supports


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TheDrill (on 03 September 2014)

one step closer to world domination :)


r3tr0gam3r1337 (on 03 September 2014)

don't you mean humiliation


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ethomaz (on 03 September 2014)

LOL


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WebMasterFlex (on 03 September 2014)

At this point, drill is seen as a joke. He's just playing his role.


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