Sony Corp.’s PlayStation 5 ranked as the No. 2 top-selling video game hardware in the latest retail data from Japan.
Famitsu this month said the PS5 sold 34,677 units to rank as the No. 2 hardware between Mar. 27 and Apr. 2.
For the period, the PS5 sold 28,654 units and the PS5 Digital Edition sold 6,023 units.
The Resident Evil 4 PS5 SKU sold 18,510 units to rank as the No. 1 software title for the period.
Sony sold 7.1 million PS5 units in Q3 ending Dec. 31, 2022.
Operating income for the Game and Network Services division, which includes the PlayStation business, totaled $820 million, an increase of 25 percent from one year ago.
Q3 revenue in the division totaled $9.7 billion, an increase of 53 percent from the year prior.
PS5 sales totaled 32.1 million units to date.
The PS5 and PS4 sold 86.5 million software units for the quarter, a decline of seven percent from the year prior. Digital downloads totaled 62 percent of software sales.
PlayStation Network active users totaled 112 million, down two percent from the year prior. PlayStation Plus users totaled 46.4 million, down four percent from the year prior.
Sony expects to sell 19 million PS5 units in fiscal year 2023.