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Electronic Arts Reveals Xbox One And PS4 Console Sale Projections

Posted on Wednesday, October 30 @ 06:32:18 PST by Alex_Osborn

During Electronic Arts' latest financial call, the company revealed how many next-gen consoles it expects Sony and Microsoft to sell by the end of the fiscal year, ending March 2014.

The magic number is 10 million.

"When I talked to our friends at both Sony and Microsoft, and I'm trying to get some indications in the numbers that are going to be available for sale by the end of our fiscal year on March 31 and I aggregate them, I think I can squint and see 10 million units combined, very easily," EA COO Peter Moore explained.

"Both Sony and Microsoft are proposing that this could be their best launches ever as regards their production numbers and their ability to globalize this business quickly," he added. "So we feel bullish about our ability of having five truly next-gen titles available for that."

What do you think? Will combined sales of PS4 and Xbox One reach the 10 million mark by the end of March? Be sure to share your thoughts in the comments below.

[Via IGN]
Tags:   PS4, Xbox One, EA

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