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Talking the future of the PlayStation Move

At the Game Developers Conference this week, Sony shared its sales figures for the PlayStation Move to date. The company called the peripheral and its motion integration with select games "successful," saying they had shipped 10.5 million units since launch.

Field developer support engineer Gabe Ahn neglected to provide a precise sell-through number for the Move, however. Regardless, Ahn confirmed that Sony will continue to use the technology. He did not specify whether the peripheral would be compatible with Sony's next generation home console or if its functionality would be limited to the remaining life span of the PlayStation 3. At the very least, we're sure to see more Move-compatible titles in the meantime.

Sorcery is the next game to be released with Move support. The action RPG has been in development for three years and is slated for May 22.

Tags: PlayStation Move, Sony, Sorcery, GDC 2012

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