The lifespan of PS4 has come to an end

Sony currently has two generations of consoles, the PS4 and PS5, sold at the same time. The former was released in 2013 and has now entered the end of its life, as Sony stopped reporting PS4 sales for the first time in its latest earnings report. According to the data in Sony’s fiscal 2022 Q1 financial report, PS5 sales in the quarter were 2.4 million units, an increase of 100,000 units year-on-year.

As for the sales of PS4, the relevant data was cancelled by Sony for the first time in this financial report, which means that the lifespan of PS4 has come to an end. it is the general trend to be replaced by PS5. After all, there will be no new games on the PS4 platform in 2025.

Since PS4 was released in 2013, VGChartz’s statistics show that its sales have reached 116.96 million units, and the sales of nearly 120 million units are already the fourth in the world. PS2 ranks first and is invincible. Nintendo DS is second, and Gameboy is second. ranked third.

The current total PS5 sales are 21.7 million units, and the target for fiscal 2022 is 18 million units. The main problem now is that the supply cannot keep up. The Christmas shopping season at the end of this year will improve.

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