Sony Officially Buys Factory Producing Wii U’s DRAM; Could Actually Work for Nintendo for a While

DualShockers: Sony's intention to purchase the Renesas Electronics semiconductor manufacturing plant at Tsuruoka (that produces the DRAM chip of the Wii U), in the Japanese Yamagata prefecture has been rumored for a while, and the house of PlayStation finally officially announced with a press release that the purchase has been finalized and a definitive agreement with Renesas has been signed. Interestingly enough, the deal includes a clause that could bring Sony to work for Nintendo at least for a while.

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