PS4 And FIFA 17 Japan Sales Are Doing Extremely Good As They Hold The #1

By   /   Oct 6, 2016
FIFA 17 japan sales

The last week was very good for Sony as PlayStation 4 and FIFA 17 japan sales are doing extremely good.

PlayStation 4 sold more than 36,000 units, while the EA Sports simulation hit the 57,000. On the other hand PlayStation Vita and PS3 sales are dropping day by day, with the Vita falling under the 9000 and PS3 not even reaching the 1000 units.

Also see: FIFA 17 Best Cheapest Players in Career Mode – Attackers, Defenders, Goalkeepers

If you are interested in specific details, here you can find the overall charts with selling from September 26 to October 2, 2016 (thanks to PlayStationlifestyle).

Games:

  • FIFA 17 (PS4) – 57,012
  • Persona 5 (PS4) – 22,814 (332,785)
  • Yo-kai Watch 3: Sushi/Tempura (3DS) – 15,541 (1,260,760)
  • Demon Gaze II (PSV) – 13,792
  • FIFA 17 (PS3) – 12,961
  • Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 (PS4) – 8,092 (90,575)
  • Persona 5 (PS3) – 7,266 (95,010)
  • Minecraft: Wii U Edition (Wii U) – 6,907 (137,819)
  • Utawarerumono: The Two Hakuoros (PSV) – 5,572 (52,935)
  • Dead Island: Definitive Collection (PS4) – 5,387
  • Haitaka no Psychedelica (PSV) – 5,172
  • Minecraft: PlayStation Vita Edition (PSV) – 5,035 (885,360)
  • Puzzle & Dragons X: Kami no Shou/Ryuu no Shou (3DS) – 4,9577 (185,313)
  • Kirby: Planet Robobot (3DS) – 4,706 (444,132)
  • Dragon Ball Fusions (3DS) – 4,350 (170,046)
  • Grand Theft Auto V (Low Price Version) (PS4) – 4,238 (169,151)
  • Pokemon Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire (3DS) – 4,184 (2,903,436)
  • Utawarerumono: The Two Hakuoros (PS4) – 4,134 (42,641)
  • Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 (PS3) – 4,102 (47,307)
  • One Piece: Great Pirate Colosseum (3DS) – 3,783 (12,880)

Systems (Previous Week):

  • PlayStation 4 – 36,251 (49,652)
  • New 3DS LL – 13,701 (15,491)
  • 2DS – 10,595 (14,492)
  • PlayStation Vita – 9,357 (9,817)
  • New 3DS – 2,655 (3,379)
  • Wii U – 2,111 (2,731)
  • PlayStation 3 – 907 (1,105)
  • 3DS – 406 (462)
  • Xbox One – 121 (124)
  • 3DS LL – 67 (74)

However, if you are interested in buying PSVR you have to know that PSVR processing unit disables HDR features on PS4 as stated in the FAQ:

The PS VR Processor Unit (PU) supports video pass through so that you can enjoy regular non-VR content on your TV when you have the PS4 connected to the TV via the PU and the PU is connected to power via the AC adapter and the PS VR headset is not in use. This pass-through support works for regular 1080p signals and also supports 2160p (UHD or ‘4K’) content in YUV 420 color format at up to 60 Hz from a PlayStation Pro.

However, HDR signals are not supported for pass through by the PU. This applies to both 1080p and 2160p HDR. If you have a HDR capable TV and want to view PS4 content in HDR, it is necessary to cable the PS4 directly to the TV

Are you going to buy PSVR? What specific games are you going to play with this device? Tell us in the comments below!

PlayStation VR is being released on October 13, 2016 for $399.

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