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Okay really quick, because I just noticed:— Dom (@DomsPlaying) August 4, 2021
Even though PS5 shipments are now lagging PS4, it still drove Sony's gaming revenue to over ~ $5.62 billion in the quarter ending June 2021.
I believe that's a record, last fiscal Q1 was ~ $5.54B.
(Exchange rate from today's report.) pic.twitter.com/YAfqsZpiNP
Sony’s $499 PS5 is no longer selling at a loss. Just like the PS4, it has taken less than a year for the PS5 to stop being sold at a loss. Sony isn't repeating the costly exercise of the PS3 again. Details here: https://t.co/z8NcoNPq7A pic.twitter.com/jEB8d4vKCO— Tom Warren (@tomwarren) August 4, 2021
Sony 2018: We're not going to allow cross-platform with PlayStation. (Fortnite)— Devin Kurant (@DevinKofsky) August 4, 2021
Sony 2021: Releasing MLB: The Show on Xbox (free on GamePass!) contributed significantly to sales and profit.
overall, Sony Group Corp.'s result was good as some segments such as movies, music and electronics benefiting from stay-home unwinding. Digital cameras did well...people thirsty for beautiful real world outside living room, maybe? https://t.co/kykH2oHzsQ— Takashi Mochizuki (@6d6f636869) August 4, 2021
Compared to Apple, Microsoft, Google & Facebook, on wealth alone, Sony is very much the comparative underdog.— PS5 Only (@PS5only) August 4, 2021
It's great that Sony are performing so well, with less. Creativity, innovation, risk & reward and all without the financial safety net Xbox has from parent Microsoft. https://t.co/UxyWpKwgok pic.twitter.com/tefZvroIcW
Sony FY2021 Q1:— Dom (@DomsPlaying) August 4, 2021
PlayStation 5 global shipments reached 10.1M as of June, after moving 2.3M in the quarter.
Compared to 10.4M for PS4 during its first 3 quarters.
Company recently said PS5 passed 10M sold-thru to customers as of July 18th, so it's essentially selling out. pic.twitter.com/PZeBtlCEHU
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