Say it ain't so Sony. An executive for the electronic giant's PlayStation arm told those at Sony's Corporate Strategy Meeting that the PS4 is entering the end of its life cycle.
Thankfully for console gamers, the company has no plans stop manufacturing the system or games, with exclusives like The Last of Us: Part II and Spider-Man still set to be released.
Launched in 2013, Sony expects to sell 16 million units this year, compared to 19 million in 2017.
Offsetting the decline in unit sales, Sony expects online subscriptions for their PSN to continue increasing. PSN has 80 million monthly users, 10 million more than this time last year.
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