Sony PlayStation 4 has now just surpassed a whopping sale of 7 million units. Few months earlier which was only a 6 million units, Sony stated the sales went beyond their expectations. Available in more than 42 countries and regions, the Sony PlayStation 4 has been a great hit among all gaming consoles.
But with a more number of units selling every day, the company went in temporary short of the consoles. “We are still facing difficulties keeping up with the strong demand worldwide,” Andrew House, SCE president and group CEO, said in a release.
Almost a month ago, Sony Computer Entertainment announced to have a sale of 6 million units, and here is another milestone of next 7 million units in the past few weeks. As of April 6 Sony announced the sale of 7 million units.
Earlier when we reported about the 6 million unit sale of PS 4, Andrew House, President and Group CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc said, “I am absolutely delighted that PS4 is off to such a great start in Japan. The responses we have received for the PS4 system’s integrated social capabilities have been phenomenal, and I couldn’t be more thrilled that gamers are utilizing these unique features to engage, share, play and connect with users around the world. SCE will continue to expand the world of PlayStation by growing its library of breakthrough games and bringing more innovative features and services only possible on PS4.”
The reports also included other fact like within 4 months of release, the Sony PlayStation 4 has just not ended up with breaking sales records. Believing in the statistics PS 4 has shown a record breaking sale of 13.2 million software copies in the retail and online stores. It has about half of owners using Sony’s PlayStation Plus service, which in turn rewards them with free games, huge discounts and various other benefits and with more than 100 million shares been captured via “Share” button on PS4′s wireless game controller, 3.6 million gameplay broadcasts have been sent out via the Twitch and Ustream streaming platforms.