Microsoft has announced that the Xbox One has a new release date in China after todays launch was pulled days before launch, the new date is the 29th September.
There has still been no official word on why Microsoft pulled the plug on the launch but they have noted that it has received approval from the Chinese government for the console’s initial line-up of 10 games which could suggest Chinese approvals were pending.
The console will be available with the following games at launch: Forza Motorsport 5, Kinect Sports Rivals, Powerstar Golf, Zoo Tycoon, Max: The Curse of Brotherhood, Dance Central Spotlight, Neverwinter Online, Rayman Legends, Trials Fusion and the China developed Naughty Kitties.
The Xbox One is the first games console to officially launch in China for 14 years, following a ban on the sale of games console hardware by the Chinese government.
Sony is also planning to enter the Chinese console market although no release date for the PlayStation 4 launch has been announced.