PSVita triumphs in Japan thanks to ‘Dragon Quest Builders’

PlayStation Vita is still alive, at least in Japanese territory, where Sony’s portable console He holds up exceptionally well despite the fact that his own company has confirmed that it is stopping producing triple A titles for PSVita.

At this time, the Sony portable is the best-selling console in the last seven days with a total of 43,530 units, without a doubt a notable figure that It even surpasses the sales of its older sister PlayStation 4.

Even so, the figures have a trick, as you have read in the headline of the news, and that is that this rebound in sales of Sony’s portable console may be due to the launch of that territory, an exclusive title for Sony consoles that has given a notable boost to one of the worst stops at the moment.


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