Co-Optimus - News - Xperia Play Launches on AT&T for $50, Includes Dungeon Defenders

Dungeon Defenders

  • Online Co-Op: 4 Players
  • Couch Co-Op: 4 Players
  • LAN Co-Op: 4 Players
  • + Co-Op Campaign
  • + Co-Op Modes
  • + Combo Co-Op
Xperia Play Launches on AT&T for $50, Includes Dungeon Defenders
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Xperia Play Launches on AT&T for $50, Includes Dungeon Defenders

On September 18th, the Android powered Sony Xperia Play 4G will launch on AT&T's network for $50 on two year contract.  While the device has already seen a release on Verizon for $200 (later cut to $99) - the AT&T release marks the cheapest version of the phone that is focused on gaming that's to the partnership with PlayStation.

What makes the device so appealing to co-op gamers is the fact that it ships with Dungeon Defenders for free.    Dungeon Defenders Second Wave normally retails for $9.99.    You'll actually get 7 games bundled with the device for free.

  • Dungeon Defenders™ Second Wave by Trendy Entertainment
  • Asphalt™ 6 Adrenaline by Gameloft
  • Star Battalion by Gameloft
  • Madden NFL™ 11 by Electronic Arts
  • The Sims™ 3 by Electronic Arts
  • Tower Bloxx™: My City by Digital Chocolate
  • Crash Bandicoot® by SCEA/Naughty Dog/Universal

The device is also a 4G phone, meaning you'll be able to play co-op gaming on the go.


  • The Xperia™ PLAY 4G, combining a PlayStation®-certified gaming device with the capabilities and portability of an Android smartphone, arrives in AT&T* stores, and online on September 18 for $49.99 with a two-year agreement.
  • The Xperia PLAY 4G has dedicated gaming controls built into the phone through a slide out controller including directional keypad, dual analog touch joystick, two shoulder buttons and the four iconic PlayStation symbol keys: circle, X, square and triangle.
  • Running the Android 2.3.3 (Gingerbread) platform, the first PlayStation-certified smartphone in the world features a brilliant 4” 480 x 854 screen and stereo speakers.

It's great to see an Android phone released on AT&T actually running Gingerbread.