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Thursday, 17 April 2014 07:14

PlayStation 4 still in the lead

Written by David Stellmack

Over 7 million sold worldwide

Sony has confirmed that it has been able to move an incredible 7 million PlayStation 4 consoles despite a tight inventory supplies of consoles to sell. While the company believes that supply will finally catch up with demand soon.

The manufacturer also confirmed that as of April 13th, over 20.5 million PlayStation 4 titles have been sold between retail and the PlayStation Store. Sony provided no additional info on how exactly these numbers break down between retail and the PlayStaiton Store.

The latest number of 7 million sold puts Sony far ahead of their estimate of 5 million units sold by the end of March. At the end of March Sony had already moved 6 million units. While Microsoft’s Xbox One numbers have improved since the release of Titanfall, they are still lagging behind Sony who has a comfortable lead for the time being.

David Stellmack

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