During Sony’s CES 2020 press conference from Las Vegas, the house of PlayStation had a few reveals to make.
Sony Interactive Entertainment President Jim Ryan walked on stage to announce that PS4 has passed 106 million units sold, while PS4 games have moved 1.15 billion units.
5 million units of PlayStation VR have also been sold, while the PlayStation Network has passed 105 million monthly active users and 38.8 million subscribers for PlayStation Plus.
These sales figures aren’t sell-in to retailers like those we get at financial presentations, but sold-through to customers. This means that the PS4 did rather well during the Holiday season since the last update had its sell-in at 102.8 million units as of September 30.
The second reveal was perhaps even more exciting, and it was the official showcase of the PS5 logo. You can check it out at the top of the post.
It’s basically a PS4 logo with the “4” replaced by a “5,” but that’s hardly surprising. The PS4 us an extremely successful console, so it’s only natural that Sony is following a familiar route.
If you’d like to read more, you can also check out Jim Ryan’s comments, alongside the trailers showcased at the conference, which focused on PS4 games.