Sony’s PlayStation 5 has sold around three million units in Japan since its launch in November 2020.
The PS5 achieved this in 121 weeks, which is faster than the PS3 (125 weeks) and PS4 (131 weeks). Furthermore, last week Sony’s current-generation consoles outsold the Nintendo Switch with 78,000 units moved.
As previously reported, the PS5 saw a massive 457% increase in February sales year-on-year, which marked the first time the Nintendo Switch wasn’t on top since February 2018. Sony’s Jim Ryan recently claimed that PS5 stock shortages are no longer an issue with Sony’s flagship console, which has resulted in a huge spike in sales in multiple regions.
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The PS5 has shipped 32 million units worldwide.