The electronics maker said on Thursday it aims to sell 5 million of its PlayStation 4 game consoles worldwide by March. That’s the first time Sony is offering a projection for demand for its next console, and it’s a far more bullish debut than its predecessor, the PlayStation 3.
The PS4 will bring people together — not just virtually — but through shared experience, whether it is through dance, karaoke, or party games.
The company also briefly unveiled a new PlayStation App, for Android and iOS, which connects to the PS4. The app, which launches in November, lets players use the camera on the smartphone to interact with the gaming environment generated by the PS4.