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The PlayStation 5 had its global launch last November, but you might not know that if you walk into a JB hoping to find one. The global chip shortage that emerged last year has meant that PS5 consoles are still selling out as soon as they appear. But that hasn't stopped Sony reaching an important milestone earlier this month.

That being, 10 million PS5 sales as of mid-July -- eclipsing the PS4's nine-months that it took to reach the same milestone.

“We’ve built more PlayStations faster than we ever have before which makes me happy," Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO Jim Ryan told Reuters. "But on the other hand, we’re some time from being able to meet all the demand that’s out there, which makes me feel bad.”

On that note the current shortages are affecting everyone from Microsoft to Apple to NVIDIA and AMD -- with no real end in sight. That said hitting this impressive sales milestone means that there are a lot of PS5's out there. On the software front Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales has apparently sold over 6.5 million copies, with lat month's debut of Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart selling over 1 million too.

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