Sony's latest financials confirm that the PlayStation 4 has now sold 102.8 million units worldwide.
That figure puts the console ahead of the Nintendo Wii (101.63 million units) and the original PlayStation (102.49 million units) in lifetime sales, making it the second-highest selling console of all time.
The number one spot belongs to the PlayStation 2, which boasts over 155 million units – so it's unlikely we'll see that figure topped any time soon.
Despite these numbers, Sony expects 2019 sales to be 1.5 million units less than its original forecast. The company also noted that gaming revenue and profits dropped by 17 and 35 percent respectively compared to 2018.
Of course, momentum for the PS4 is on the wane with the confirmation that the PlayStation 5 will be releasing next Christmas.
That being said, the backwards compatibility of the PS5 could see sales for current-gen titles hold steady, with upcoming titles like The Last of Us Part 2, Ghosts of Tsushima, and next week's Death Stranding all playable on the next console.