PS4 will get over 100 new games in 2014
Sony plans to roll out more than 100 PlayStation 4 games this year, the company confirmed over Twitter.
The announcement comes from Sony's media summit today in Santa Monica. Vice president of marketing John Koller also revealed that PS4 owners log 34 million hours a week on average on the console, according to Destructoid. Since Nov. 15 last year, Sony has sold 4.2 million PS4s worldwide across 53 countries.
Roughly 90 percent of PS4s in the U.S. are connected online, Koller also said, and gamers have clocked 172 million hours of online play time to date. Gamers have also captured more than 48 million shares and livestreamed over 1.7 million hours of gameplay.
And, as previously reported, over half of PS4 owners are using PlayStation Plus, Sony's premium subscription service that gets you access to discounts and free titles like this month's survival-horror game Outlast.
Here's a fun fact: More than 100 PS4 games are planned for release in 2014. Stay tuned for more updates from today's media summit— PlayStation (@PlayStation) February 10, 2014