PlayStation 4 Sales Surpass 91.4 Million Units Globally – 2019 Is Set To Be Another Successful Year For Sony

The PlayStation 4 has been officially reported to sell more than 91.6 million units globally as of December 31, 2018.

More than 5.6 million PlayStation 4 units sold during the holiday season 

Sony Interactive Entertainment revealed that the 2018 holiday season saw more than 5.6 million PlayStation 4 units being sold, and this pushed the system to a new sales milestone.

Regarding the games, it seems that more than 50.7 million PS4 games have been sold during the holiday season and this brought the worldwide total to more than 876 million PS4 games since the latest console launched back on November 15, 2013.

Marvel’s Spider-Man which is known as PlayStation’s fastest-selling exclusive kept its success story through the holidays with sales reaching over 9million units worldwide as of November 25, 2018.

John Kodera, president, and CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment has also revealed that “the monthly active users of PlayStation Network continues to show strong growth, and has surpassed 90 million as of the end of November 2018.”

Back in October 2018, Sony revealed that the PlayStation 4 had sold over 86.1 million units. This is a number that was definitely supported by the strong sales of God of War.

Another exciting year for PlayStation 

PlayStation should see another exciting year in 2019, especially since Sony has already confirmed that they are working on a next-generation console and they will not be attending E3 this year.

Microsoft and Nintendo have chosen to remain loyal to the E3 video expo despite Variety’s latest report that Sony’s PlayStation will not be attending the event scheduled for 2019.

PlayStation says that they will skip next year’s E3 for the very first time in its 24-year history.

This is Sony’s official statement:

“PlayStation fans mean the world to us, and we always want to innovate, think differently and experiment with new ways to delight gamers. As a result, we have decided not to participate in E3 in 2019.”

The tech giant concluded by saying “We are exploring new and familiar ways to engage our community in 2019 and can’t wait to share our plans with you.”

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