Sony picks up Take The Oath domain

Ahead of PlayStation 4 launch this month, Sony pays nearly $3,000 for new domain name for unspecified product/service.

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Sony Computer Entertainment America (SCEA) registered the domain name on October 30, it was revealed by WHOIS documents related to the site.

Fusible reports that Sony paid nearly $3,000 to purchase the domain name from its previous owner. The URL, registered to a senior SCEA paralegal, currently does not resolve to anything.

It is not clear if Take The Oath is a new product, marketing slogan, or something else entirely. A SCEA representative was not immediately available to comment.

Sony's PS4 launches in 11 days on November 15 in North America for $400. The system's software launch lineup spans 23 titles, including today's addition Need for Speed: Rivals.

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