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Tuesday, 03 December 2013 09:29

Sony already sold 2.1 million PS4 consoles

Written by Peter Scott

Best PlayStation launch ever

Sony is opening the champers on news that it managed to sell 2.1 million PlayStation 4 consoles in November. The console went on sale November 15 in the US and it is currently selling in 32 countries worldwide.

In other words, Sony sold more than two million units in just two weeks. The highly anticipated console got plenty or preorders and many of the sales came in the first few days of sales.

Interestingly, it seems the US is still in love with the Xbox. Retail research outfit InfoScout reports Redmond’s new console outsold the PS4 in Black Friday sales by a factor of two to one. However, in Europe the PS4 seems to be doing better.

MCV UK reports that 250,000 PS4 consoles were sold in the UK in the first 48 hours of sales, while Microsoft managed to shift 150,000 Xbones over the same period. This also makes the PS4 the best selling console of all time in what’s left of the British Empire.

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Peter Scott

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