Sony PS4 Regained Its Top Position In Gaming Consoles Sales In U.S.

Posted: Dec 11 2015, 10:17am CST | by , Updated: Dec 12 2015, 8:19am CST, in News | Technology News


Sony PS4 Regained Its Top Position In Gaming Consoles Sales In U.S.

Black Friday 2015 sales were the strongest in PlayStation history.

Sony has once again regained the top position for its sales in the United States.

Sony's PlayStation 4 gaming console stood first in last month’s Black Friday sale. In the month of October, Microsoft's Xbox One surpassed Sony’s PS in sales.

Now, once again Sony has reclaimed its first position. The news came through the courtesy of market research firm NPD.

Eric Lempel, SVP Marketing, Sony Computer Entertainment America and Head of PlayStation Network Americas expressed his joy that PS4 is the top console once again in the U.S.

He also said that Sony has succeeded in achieving a lot of success in the previous few weeks. Before the Black Friday Sale, PS4 had sold around 30.22 million units around the world.

The PS4 is continually proving that it is the fastest growing PlayStation in hardware history.

Black Friday sales were the strongest in the PlayStation history, as noted by Lempel.

He also said that the month of November proved to be a strong month for digital marketplace with very good sales rate.

The report also mentioned that the sales of Xbox One and PS4 when combined are greater than that of their predecessors.

In the duration of 25 months, the combined sales of PS4 and the XBOX are 47 percent higher than the 25 months of PS3 and Xbox 360 hardware sales.

The chart of the games was topped by the famous Call of Duty: Black Ops III, followed by Fallout 4 and Star Wars: Battlefront.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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