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Sony PlayStation 4 has sold over 25 million units

Sony PlayStation 4 has sold over 25 million units

Sony PlayStation 4 has sold over 25 million units

Sony PlayStation 4 has sold over 25 million units

 

Sony has published their financials of Q1 of the financial year, which shows that their latest gaming console, the PlayStation 4, is doing amazing. So far, over 25 million units have been sold. 25.3 million to be precise. Of those 25.3 million consoles, 3 million were sold in the financial year’s quarter, which ended on the 30th of June.

 

Sony PlayStation 4 has sold over 25 million units

 

The PS4 launched in November 2013, so the console isn’t even two years old yet, but still it managed to be sold 25 million times, which is an amazing achievement. It took the PS2, still the best selling Sony console to date, two years and eight months to hit 20 million units sold, according to IGN.

 

Sony PlayStation 4 has sold over 25 million unitsSony has recently launched a PS4 with a 1TB HDD

 

Sales of the PlayStation Vita weren’t mentioned in the financial report, and PS3 sales are going down. The PSN sector brought in about £545 million, including digital games, video and music. Sony has had a good quarter this year, although the sales of mobile phones and mid-range televisions declined. The Devices, Imaging, Financial Services and Music sectors played a major role in the company’s good results though: they all earned higher operating incomes than Games and Network.

 

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07-08-2015, 02:57:36

NeverBackDown
MS is getting killed in the Console market. For plenty of reasons though, mainly because most games release on both consoles, but the PS4 has more powerful hardware, so games look better. Makes sense to get the more powerful one if you are going to be playing games.Quote

07-08-2015, 03:25:00

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
MS is getting killed in the Console market. For plenty of reasons though, mainly because most games release on both consoles, but the PS4 has more powerful hardware, so games look better. Makes sense to get the more powerful one if you are going to be playing games.
I'm still baffled as to why MS opted for less powerful hardware especially when both consoles cost the same Quote

07-08-2015, 04:14:02

Kushiro
^^Dicey got a Fury? Also what do you mean by "both consoles cost the same"?Quote

07-08-2015, 04:14:32

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by Newbie_NS810 View Post
^^Dicey got a Fury?
Yep sure did Quote

07-08-2015, 04:38:13

ShaunB-91
Both consoles cost the same to buy yet the Xbox One rarely brings out a title that can go 1080 and 60fps, the PS4 is much more consistent with it.Quote
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