On August 1st, the PlayStation 4 install base was 82.2 million. According to Sony, as of the 5th Anniversary of the PlayStation 4 launch on November 15th, 2018, the PlayStation 4 had sold:

  • 86.1 Million hardware units
  • 777.9 Million software units
  • That’s an attach rate of 9.03 software units per hardware unit.
  • Sony is averaging more than 275,000 hardware units per week, a number that should at least double during the holiday season.

Warface, Mail.ru’s free-to-play FPS game that launched on September 18th on the PlayStation 4, has already picked up 1.3 million PlayStation 4 players worldwide (source: Gamasutra) in its first seven days.

That number is impressive considering that’s approximately 1.5 percent of all PlayStation owners based on our extrapolation that there are roughly 86 Million PlayStation 4 Consoles worldwide as of today (the last formal numbers released were July 31st, 2018 ~82.2 Million).

Here’s the breakdown of the audience numbers that has been released by Mail.ru:

  • USA – ~20 percent – 260,000 players
  • Germany – 12.5 percent – 162,500 players
  • France – 11.2 percent – 145,600 players
  • UK – 7.7 percent – 100,100
  • Brazil – 6 percent – 78,000
  • Russia – 5 percent – 65,000

 

 

According to VentureBeat :

  • PlayStation 4 has now reached 82.2 Million units sold
  • Sony expects to sell another 13.8 Million
  • The estimate is 96 Million units sold by the end of Sony’s Q4 March 31, 2019
  • IESherpa estimates that Sony will surpass 100 Million units sold in mid-July 2019