Microsoft counters latest PS4 sales figures with meaningless zombie stats Sony sold over 1 million PlayStation 4 consoles in just 24 hours after its US debut, and a week later Microsoft achieved the same 1 million sales for its Xbox One a day after its launch in several countries. Earlier today, Sony revealed it has now sold over 2.1 million PS4s as of December 1st, of which 700,000 came from Europe and Australasia after two days of availability. Microsoft has provided an update on its own next-gen progress today, but its not what youd expect.
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PS4 global sales update Andrew House writes: "In what is shaping up to be a historic year for gamers, Im delighted to share an important new milestone with you. PS4s North American debut on 15th November was PlayStations largest ever, with more than one million gamers picking up a PS4 in just 24 hours. Now, with PS4s global launch expanding to a total of 32 countries worldwide, including Europe and Latin America, Im proud to announce that more than 2.1 million PS4s have been sold."
The PS4 is an incomplete system GameZone writes, "Let me preface this by saying I purchased a PS4 at launch. But unfortunately, in its current state, it is an incomplete console. That's not to say it's a bad console -- because it's not by any means -- it's just lacking notable features that make it a must-buy, even three weeks after its launch."
"Whilst these features are by no means, entirely hidden. There perhaps features that consumers are less likely to stumble upon of their own accord. We're sure their documented somewhere in the instruction manual already, but seriously who's reading that instead of playing on their shiny new system? Below are several features that are incredibly handy, yet not so obvious. Hopefully you'll find some of them to be of use."