Over 10 million PlayStation 5 are there in consumers’ hands globally at present

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An article on Sony Interactive Entertainment reveals that at present, there are over 10 million PlayStation 5 in the field around the globe. After the launch in November, 2020, this stat makes PS5 the fastest selling console in Sony’s history.

As I mentioned, this information is share on Sony Interactive Entertainment wall and shared by Veronica Rogers. She is the SVP, Global Sales and Business Operations in Sony. As per her words, this milestone is archived because of the “amazing innovations” that includes blazing fast SSD, 3D audio output, and the dynamic DualSense controller.

In the best case, Sony can reach to this achievement in lesser time. But the global pandemic condition affects and there wasn’t sufficient supply in the first month after the product launch.


Specifically for the Indian market, Sony’s PS5 were came to stock multiple times in the past few months. And every pre-order session witnessed how people are still hungry for this latest console by Sony.

On top of that, PS5 is going to include some exclusive titles like God of War, Horizon Forbidden West, and Gran Turismo 7.


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