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PS4 Global Sales Hit More Than 2.1 Million Units

Dec 3 2013, 4:49am CST | by , in News | Gaming

PS4 Global Sales Hit More Than 2.1 Million Units

Sony has just announced that it has sold more than 2.1 million PlayStation 4 consoles worldwide since the launch date. PS4 is now available in 32 countries worldwide.

Sony debuts its next generation PlayStation 4 console on November 15th in North America and Canada. And the Japanese firm states that this debut was PlayStation’s largest ever as the tech giant sold more than 1 million PS4s in the first 24 hours. 

Sony's new PS4 console then hit Latin America, Australia and Europe on November 29th. And the company has sold more than 700,000 PS4s in these countries. Now, Sony has expanded PS4’s global launch to a total of 32 countries worldwide. And the total sales of PS4 exceed 2.1 million units now.

President and Group CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment, Andrew House, said in a blog post: "I’m proud to announce that more than 2.1 million PS4s have been sold." 

He also said that over 2.1 million sales of PS4 is "an impressive and record-setting accomplishment" for Sony and the gaming industry. House personally thanked all the PlayStation fans whether old or new. House said: "Thank you for your passion and your support — we couldn’t have done this without you."

He also promised to add new PS4 games from the best developers in the world. He also said that Sony will keep updating PS4 by adding new features and services time after time. Sony wants to make sure that PlayStation remains the best place to play. And to achieve this goal, the PlayStation team will keep working as hard as it could. Best of luck Sony as the "PS4 journey has just begun!"

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