Microsoft's Xbox One has finally sold 1 million units in the UK, beating out the PS4 in total sales for three weeks in a row - but still falling behind in overall sales to Sony's console.
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It looks like Sony has managed to beat Microsoft when it comes to console sales for the month of September. The Playstation 4 has managed to outsell the Xbox One for nine straight months.
It may struggle in places like Japan and South Korea, but Microsoft's Xbox One finally released in China to healthy sales and plenty of fanfare despite Chinese government regulation.
Sony has just announced that an upcoming Playstation 4 patch will add support for 3D Blu-ray playback. However, this does little to appease gamers that feel Sony's focus is shifting away from gaming.
Games, on every platform, are getting bigger. With some games hitting a 50GB install on consoles, Sony is looking to push its PlayStation Now game streaming platform to its PS consoles.
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Microsoft has posted an image to their Facebook page congratulating Sony on the launch of the PlayStation 4, followed by congratulatroy tweets from execs of the company to their Sony counterparts.
Amazon has taken to Facebook to publish a photo from their warehouse showing huge stockpiles of PlayStation 4 consoles ready to be shipped to eager customers in the coming weeks.
A video run-down of Sony's PlayStation 4 has been uploaded to YouTube showing for the first time most of the console's features and most importantly, the UI of the next-get console which launches soon
Blizzard has announced that it has signed up to make console games for the first time in a long time, with the first games coming for Sony's PlayStation 3 and 4 consoles.
A new rumor claims that the next Playstation console from Sony will have a run capability of 1.84 teraflops and that Microsoft's next Xbox will only generate 1.23 teraflops.