Sony Might Limit Ps5 Orders To One Per Household

Sony Might Limit PS5 Orders To One Per Household

The Sony PS5 is expected to be released later this year. Given the popularity of the PlayStation series in general, we expect that there will most likely be a rush of gamers eager to place their orders. In order to ensure that gamers will be able to purchase the console, it seems that Sony could be employing a preventive measure that will limit one console purchase per household.

This is according to a post on Reddit in which it details the backend code for PlayStation Direct where it suggests that only one household may order one PS5 at a time. Presumably this is done to prevent people from purchasing multiple units at once in order to resell them at higher prices due to potential limited supply at the start.

Evacuation Orders Issued In Kyushu

Evacuation orders issued in Kyushu

Evacuation orders are in place for parts of Fukuoka, Kumamoto, Nagasaki and Oita prefectures in Japan's southwestern Kyushu region due to heavy rainfall.

Officials are calling on residents to be on the alert for risks of floods and landslides.

Evacuation Orders In Kumamoto Prefecture

Evacuation orders in Kumamoto prefecture

Torrential rain in Japan's southern Kyushu region is causing a high risk of floods and landslides. As of 4 p.m. on Saturday, authorities had issued evacuation orders for 12 municipalities in Kumamoto Prefecture.

Ps5 Pre-orders Might Be Going Live Soon

PS5 Pre-Orders Might Be Going Live Soon

Now that the Sony PS5 has been more or less revealed in full, the next thing gamers are probably wondering is how much it will cost and when it will be available for purchase. The good news is that these details should be revealed in the next couple of weeks, at least that’s according to a recent tweet by Roberto Serrano’.

According to Serrano’s tweet, he claims that Sony is expected to reveal the PS5’s price and pre-orders on the 13th of July. While we shouldn’t be taking everything we read on the internet to be the truth, it should be noted that Serrano’ has in the past tweeted out several leaks that have proven to be accurate, such as confirming Sony’s PS5 event back in June before the company announced it themselves.

Sony Europe Estore Delays Xperia 1 Ii Orders To End Of July

Sony Europe eStore delays Xperia 1 II orders to end of July

Today is the eve of the launch of the Xperia 1 II flagship in Europe – the phone was due to be available from 18 June i.e. tomorrow. Therefore it is disappointing for us to hear from numerous irate Sony eStore customers across Europe who have been receiving emails saying that their orders will be delayed to 31 July 2020.

Sony Opens Xperia Estore For Xperia 1 Ii Pre-orders In Europe

Sony opens Xperia eStore for Xperia 1 II pre-orders in Europe

Sony Mobile used to operate its own eShop that offered its full range of smartphones, tablets and accessories to customers in Europe. That store closed earlier in the year, when Sony started to fold all of its ‘Sony Mobile' assets back to the ‘Sony' parent company. Well, fast forward a few months, and Sony once again has an ecommerce presence in Europe, sort of.

Abe Orders Review Of 'hanko' Seal Culture

Abe orders review of 'hanko' seal culture

Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzo has ordered measures to promote teleworking, in step with a nationwide effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

Abe instructed Cabinet ministers Monday to allow businesses to file administrative forms without having to stamp them with a seal.

Dentsu Orders 5,000 Staff To Telecommute

Dentsu orders 5,000 staff to telecommute

Major Japanese advertising agency Dentsu has told some 5,000 staff to start working from home after it confirmed an employee has been infected with the new coronavirus.

Dentsu says a male worker in his 50s at its headquarters in Tokyo's Minato Ward was confirmed to have contracted the virus on Monday.

Abe Orders Measures For Possible Surge In Cases

Abe orders measures for possible surge in cases

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has ordered a government task force to prepare for a potential surge in the number of people infected with the new coronavirus.

Abe told the task force on Sunday that the situation has entered a crucial phase after cases with unknown infection routes were reported in multiple regions of the country.

Abe Orders Necessary Measures Against Outbreak

Abe orders necessary measures against outbreak

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has called the spread of the new coronavirus an unprecedented crisis and told a government task force not to hesitate to take necessary measures against the outbreak.

Abe issued the instruction on Friday at a meeting of the task force set up to deal with the outbreak.

Japan Set To Enforce Virus-related Orders On Sat.

Japan set to enforce virus-related orders on Sat.

The Japanese government says it will start enforcing on Saturday ordinances that allow it to tighten immigration controls and take other measures to prevent the new coronavirus from spreading.

The government initially planned to start enforcing the ordinances next Friday. The move to fast-track their enactment came after the World Health Organization declared the outbreak a public health emergency of international concern on Thursday.

Abe Orders Thorough Measures Against Coronavirus

Abe orders thorough measures against coronavirus

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has instructed his ministers to ensure that more hygienic laboratories are able to conduct tests for the new coronavirus. Only one facility in Japan is carrying out such tests at present.

Abe gave the instruction on Friday morning at a meeting of relevant ministers, including health minister Katsunobu Kato and foreign minister Toshimitsu Motegi.

Court Orders Suspension Of Ikata Nuclear Reactor

Court orders suspension of Ikata nuclear reactor

A Japanese high court has ordered the suspension of a nuclear reactor in western Japan after local residents filed for an injunction over safety concerns.

The Hiroshima High Court issued the injunction on Friday afternoon for the No.3 reactor at the Ikata nuclear power plant in Ehime Prefecture. The plant is operated by Shikoku Electric Power Company.