Sony came out of E3 last week looking like golden gods after revealing some key details about their upcoming PlayStation 4, all by maintaining the status quo on used games and launching at $399, which is $100 less than the Xbox One.
The reception has been so positive, in fact, that Sony Computer Entertainment CEO Andrew House told The Wall Street Journal that the company has increased internal sales projections for the PS4, although he did not quantify what the change was exactly.
“Demand may well outstrip supply,” House said.
As a company that is perhaps more used to lowering projections as of late — especially with the Vita — I’m sure that more than a few stockholders were happy to see how well-received the PlayStation 4 has been since its reveal in February.
Source: The Wall Street Journal (via GamesIndustry International)