Exclusive: How ‘The Last of Us Remastered’ helped boost PS4 sales

Exclusive: A look at how ‘The Lost City of Z’ helped PS4 owners gain a foothold in the new generation of consoles article The Last of us: Remastered is available on PS4 and Xbox One, and was the catalyst for the jump in console sales during the summer, according to a new report.

The report from Japanese outlet Nikkei cites an analysis of data from the Japanese company’s own internal systems, showing that PS4, Xbox One and PC versions of the game had a combined sales boost of over 6 million units.

The report also notes that the PS4 version sold a higher number of units than the Xbox One version, which had a comparable launch to the Xbox 360 version.

This, however, was offset by a smaller increase for the PC version.

A similar trend was seen with both the PS3 and the PS Vita versions, which together had a cumulative sales boost in excess of 4 million units, according the Nikkeis.

While it is true that the PC and PS3 versions of The Last Of Us: Remastered are not compatible with each other, the PlayStation Vita version of the title sold fewer units than its PS4 counterpart.

There were some positive trends to look out for, however.

PS4 users are now far more likely to buy both PS4 consoles than they were just a few years ago.

And a majority of PS4 players said they would buy a new console once the game launched on PC, while fewer PS3 owners said the same.

“There are some notable trends that emerged during the first week of May, including a jump in sales of PC games compared to consoles, and a slight decline in PC sales compared to PS3 sales,” the report said.

“The console sales figures in particular are still somewhat lower than the PS1 figures.

These factors suggest that we should expect a similar trend to occur in the months to come.”

“The fact that more PC gamers purchased both consoles should also help boost the PC sales figures for the PSVR, as PC sales are already at an all-time high.”

PlayStation VR sales on PS3, PS4 And while PSVR sales are still far lower than their counterparts on the Xbox and Xbox 360, they are still higher than those on PS1.

In addition to this, the report found that the Xbox-only version of The Lost City Of Z sold more units than PS4-only versions, a trend that may be expected.

At this point, the only reason why The Last: Remastered doesn’t look to have a huge impact on console sales is that Sony’s own console lineup is a far bigger one.

Sony currently has the PS5, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita.

The next-gen consoles, meanwhile, are due to launch in November and will reportedly be able to support the new consoles.

But Sony is already taking measures to try and mitigate the impact of the PS VR launch.

Sony will begin shipping PSVR accessories for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR headsets this holiday season, while the company also plans to launch the PS VIVE headset at the end of 2018.