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More than 2.5m Movers across EU and US territories following one month of sales

Submitted by on Sunday, 24 October 20106 Comments

PS Move logo A 4C e1284457883492 More than 2.5m Movers across EU and US territories following one month of salesSales figures are in for PlayStation Move for its first month on the market. Sony Computer Entertainment America has announced that it has shipped more than one million units, and Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has announced even higher figures of one and a half million units being shipped since its release on 15th September.

SCEA CEO Jack Tretton describes these figures as being in line with exceptions.

“PlayStation Move is the most recent example of how product innovation continues to provide our customers with new and exciting ways to enjoy our technology… We’ve shipped over one million units in the first month in North and Latin America.

Retail demand is incredibly strong and we’re working hard to keep the product in stock. We believe consumers have already shown their preference for a precise, interactive game experience.

We are on target to meet our end of year goals and expect sales to increase as our publishers and developers continue to update popular titles and introduce new games.”

The sales figures for SCEE have been out since 15th October, so the numbers should be much higher now. Andrew House, President and CEO of SCEE, said following the release of their figures, that Sony are looking to shift 15m units after a full year, despite the the video games market slowing down.

PlayStation Move was only released in Japan on 21st October, so expect to see many more Movers joining in on the fun.

[GI.biz: North and Latin America figures; EU figures]