Sony has today launched the PlayStation Store in Brazil making it the second country in Latin America to enjoy digital content from the PlayStation Network.
Starting today, PS3 users will gain access to the PlayStation Store to purchase and download nearly 200 pieces of digital content, including games, demos and PSone Classics. Purchases can be made using credit cards and prices are displayed in local currency, Brazilian Real.
PlayStation Network pre-paid cards will soon be available at a variety of local retail stores, soon to be announced.
In addition to this Brazilian users will have the option to view the PlayStation Store in English or fully localized Brazilian Portuguese. New content will be added to the PlayStation Store weekly, beginning on August 2.
To compliment this news Sony have also announced the launch of the PlayStation Brazil Blog, where Brazilian media and fans will find official news, and the PlayStation Brazil Website where all Brazilians will be able to access product information from the official source in real time.