Nine Million Playstation Moves Shipped Since Launch

Sony Playstation 3 News

Sony have released the latest shipping figures on their motion control peripheral the Playstation Move. According to the Japanese electronics giant, they have shipped nine million Playstation Moves. This figure goes back to the release of the Playstation Move, which was September 2010. In addition to the total units shipped since launch, Sony also released a figure of one million units since April, which is in a time period of seven months.

This isn’t that great of a figure, having one million shipped in a seven month period, compared to eight million units shipped from launch to April, which would suggest that the Move is not selling to expectations. This could be down to a lack of software within that period of time. However, the Move has had a resurgence of software recently released, which should pick up sales to an extent. The Move is a great peripheral for the Playstation 3 with software for both the casual gamer and the more hardcore gamer.

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