It sounds like that sexy PlayStation 4 Anniversary Edition revealed earlier this week is going to be very hard to get in Spain. The console will be sold to raise money for charity through an auction, according to the official Spanish PlayStation Blog.
All proceeds from the auctions will go to non-profits UNICEF and Juegaterapia.
Details on how people in North America can obtain one of the 12,300 special edition consoles being produced globally remain slightly vague.
"PS4 20th Anniversary Edition will be available in very limited supply for pre-order starting Saturday, December 6th," according to the PlayStation Blog. "Please watch the PlayStation Experience keynote starting Saturday morning at 10:00am Pacific Time to learn more. Canadian users can follow PlayStationCA on Twitter to learn more details for availability in their region."
Earlier this week, the official Spanish PlayStation Blog released a trailer for something they called Emagon, an anagram for "No Game." Today the second Emagon trailer hit, explaining how people can obtain the limited edition console in Spain.
There will be 350 of the console sold in Spain, all auctioned off on Dec. 12, 13 and 14, according to the video.