This week Sony revealed some exciting news about the PlayStation 4 sales, revealing that they have sold more than 43.5 million PlayStation 4 consoles to date, which puts them heavily in the lead, above almost every other console.
On top of that, they also revealed some other interesting stats, including that PlayStation Network revenues were up 46 percent of segment sales and 38 percent year-over-year.
On top of this, Sony also revealed that they made a total of $15.7 billion for the fiscal quarter (down 10.8 percent), with net income remaining in the black, but down 74.3 percent to $205 million.
This was all revealed in Sony’s most recent financial statement, in which they also stated the following:
Sales are expected to be lower than the May forecast due to the impact of foreign exchange rates, partially offset by an increase in PS4 software sales, including sales through the network. The forecast for operating income remains unchanged from the May forecast mainly due to the above-mentioned increase in PS4 software sales, offset by the negative impact of foreign exchange rates and an increase in marketing costs.
You can read the full financial statement at the source link below.