GameStick manufacturer PlayJam announced a global retail release date of October 29 for its Android-powered, HDMI plug-in microconsole. PlayJam will wrap up its first production run later this month as it prepares to ship the console to Kickstarter backers.
GameStick supporters are well acquainted with delays by now, as the console was originally set to launch in April. Production setbacks later pushed the platform's release date to August, then September. PlayJam assures that the project has now entered its final stages, and more than 5,000 units will soon be on their way to backers worldwide.
The GameStick is priced at $79.99, and is available for pre-order at Amazon and GameStop.