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Sony PS3 sales up 135% - price cuts do wonders

Posted on Wednesday, July 25 2007 @ 02:00:27 CEST by


Sony announced sales of its PlayStation 3 console have jumped more than 135% since they've lowered the price of the console to $499.

During this same two-week period, total PlayStation hardware sales have increased by 161%, software by 15% and peripherals by 60%. Also, according to NPD sales data released today for the month of June, PlayStation sales increased prior to E3, as well. Overall, the PlayStation brand continued to exhibit solid growth evidenced by a 21% increase in total retail dollars generated year-over-year in North America with total sales of $393 million.

"The new price on the 60 GB PS3, coupled with our very strong software showing from E3, is certainly paying dividends in terms of impressive sales across the board at retail," said Jack Tretton, president and CEO, SCEA. "This jump in sales bodes very well for us heading into the fall as we launch an impressive arsenal of hardware and software, leading off with the new 80 GB PS3 in August along with the unveiling of highly anticipated games such as Lair and Warhawk. That will be followed by Heavenly Sword in September and six more exclusive first-party PS3 games in October, including Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction."


 



 

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