As reported by players, PlayStation 4 performance is getting worse with the time passing by. A lot of users complain about the lag affecting the console’s UI when using Netflix or navigating the media sections, but the worst part of it all is that these problems affect PlayStation 4 Pro too.
We don’t know why the UI is this slow, but we can still hope for improvements with the next update.
Sony has recently shared its financial results and things are going pretty good as PlayStation 4 sales has gone beyond 57 Million.
This console has been ruling the market since day one, but Sony still expects to sell 20 million units until the end of March 2017.
Here you can check a detailed explanation of Sony’s financial performance:
Sales and operating revenue (“Sales”) decreased by 7.1% compared to the same quarter of the previous fiscal year (“year-on-year”) to 2,397.5 billion yen (20,668 million U.S. dollars). This decrease was mainly due to the impact of foreign exchange rates.
On a constant currency basis, sales were essentially flat year-on-year, due to significant increases in Game & Network Services (“G&NS”) and Semiconductor segment sales, substantially offset by a significant decrease in Mobile Communications (“MC”) segment sales.
For further details about the impact of foreign exchange rate fluctuations on sales and operating income (loss), see Notes on page 10.
Operating income decreased 109.8 billion yen year-on-year to 92.4 billion yen (796 million U.S. dollars). This significant decrease was mainly due to the 962 million U.S. dollars (112.1 billion yen) impairment charge of goodwill recorded in the Pictures segment.
Besides PlayStation 4 performance issues, are you satisfied with this console? What games do you play the most?