Following a recent, unexpected delay, Microsoft has moved the Chinese launch of its Xbox One console from September 23 - today - to September 29.
That news comes courtesy of Engadget Chinese, which points out that September 29 falls right before a long holiday weekend, allowing new Xbox One owners the chance to properly put the console through its paces. Unfortunately, that may be more difficult than one would expect. Chinese authorities have only approved 10 Xbox One games for sale at the console's launch, and while Microsoft claims to be preparing an additional 70 games, there's no word on when they might reach Chinese retail shelves.
Despite all of this, the Xbox One launch should be seen as a momentous occasion, as it marks the first time a foreign-built console will be sold publicly in China in more than a decade.