Sony has revealed that PlayStation 5 sales have officially reached 10.1 million units worldwide. Additionally, revenue for the company is up in its first quarter. The latest financial report reveals that PlayStation Plus subscribers have also risen, with a total of 46.3 million users currently subscribed to the service. However, the number of active users has decreased by roughly ten million users. [Thanks, Dom!]
In July 2021, Sony announced that PlayStation 5 sales had reached 10 million units worldwide. This includes sales of both the digital and standard model of the PlayStation 5. Sony also revealed information regarding PlayStation 5 games sales figures. This included a breakdown of how many copies Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales and Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart have managed to sell.
However, this new financial report also reveals the combined sales for both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 titles during Sony’s first quarter. As it stands, the combined sales for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 titles within the quarter reached 63.3 million. 10.5 million of those sales are from first party PlayStation titles. Around 71% of these titles were sold exclusively through digital downloads.
Additionally, Sony has seen an increase in revenue during its first quarter. Quarterly revenue is up by 15%, with Gaming Service and Network revenue rising 2% during this period. These results come from a three month period, which ended on June 30, 2021.