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Kaz Hirai states the PS4 is 'already profitable'


7:30 PM on 05.22.2014
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After a corporate strategy meeting in Tokyo today, Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai announced that the PS4 is indeed recording a profit with "hardware alone," and in that fact it's "different from the model of previous platforms." In short, Sony appears to be in good shape, at least as far as the PS4 goes. But then, we probably could have guessed that.

Hirai's statement is in line with reports via Japanese site AV Watch, and if sales continue to trend upward, Sony will be sitting pretty. I mean, prettier than being Sony. That's a massive amount of money we're talking, anyway.

Kaz Hirai: The PS4 is Already Profitable With Hardware Alone [DualShockers]






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