Over 60M PS4 Consoles and 487M Games Sold — Sony

Posted June 15, 2017

Microsoft stopped providing Xbox One sales figures some time ago, but numbers released by analysts at the start of the year suggest Sony's console has outsold its rival by two-to-one.

With the egg sqaurely on our faces, let's look forward to Shadow of the Colossus's PS4 remake sometime in 2018. It went on sale in Japan the following February.

The PlayStation 4 has been a tough contender in the gaming world but Sony isn't done with it.

To be specific, Sony confirmed 60.4 million PS4 consoles sold through as of June 11.

The Tokyo-based tech giant announced that the PS4 has sold more than 60.4 million units worldwide since its release. Sony cracked 50 million PS4s sold to consumers back in December past year.

And the opening salvo of games, which included a good look at the gameplay of zombie game Days Gone, and a Horizon Zero Dawn expansion, were a great start to the show.

The event also unveiled a version of the hit fantasy role-playing game "Skyrim" tailored for play on PlayStation virtual reality gear. For PS4 specifically, they spend over 600 million hours every week using the platform.

Sony is predicting shipments of the PS4 to slow down, from 20 million in the year ended March 2017 to 18 million in the year ahead.

House also revealed that Sony is considering expanding its PS4 ecosystem and is looking to broaden its PlayStation VR content collection. We'll also see a number of AAA titles revealed from Sony and third-party companies, as well as a variety of indie titles that will be released over the next year.

If you're one of the fans who just want to explore Miles' character more, then the upcoming game Spider-Man title for the PS4 may be for you.

An annual PS4 conference, the first PlayStation Experience took place in Las Vegas in 2014.

The PS4 system is now available in 123 countries and regions worldwide.