Yakuza Kiwami and Bulletstorm headline November's free PS Plus games

Sony Q2: a surge in PlayStation Plus subscribers, PS4 at 86.1 million units life-to-date

Sony has shipped just over 86 million PS4 consoles to date

This is the second time that the firm's increased its forecast this year, with the organisation now anticipating operating income in the region of ¥870 billion (~$7.7 billion), up from its previous estimate of ¥670 billion ($5.9 billion). Vita and PS3 freebies will only be offered for a few more months, as Sony plans to stop giving away the older systems' games through PlayStation Plus beginning March 8, 2019.

Quarterly sales totaled 2.18 trillion yen ($19.3 billion), up from 2.06 trillion yen.

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Just under four million PlayStation 4's were shipped for the three month period.

Overall, the gaming segment saw an increase of 27% in profits compared to the same period past year. But, it didn't hold the record for long.

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Sony has revealed the free games PlayStation Plus subscribers will receive in November 2018, with Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition and Yakuza Kiwami leading the charge as the free PlayStation 4 games for the month. "Marvel's Spider-Man" toppled it in September with over 3.3 million copies sold in its first three days.

As a result of the strong performance of the entire PlayStation segment, and favourable foreign exchange rates, Sony raised its hardware forecast for the fiscal year to 17.5 million PS4s.

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Its PlayStation Plus subscription-based service has also seen robust growth in subscriber numbers. Unfortunately, some of the company's gains were eroded by its ailing mobile unit, which lost $265 million for the quarter, a year-over-year decline of 32%.

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