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PlayStation VR is already profitable at launch

Sony Interactive Entertainment president Shawn Layden has revealed Sony is already selling its PlayStation VR at a profit at launch. "We’re making money on the VR console," Layden said during an interview with Polygon. This appears to be quite the departure from how console manufacturers used to handle its business. It wasn’t uncommon for manufacturers to sell their new system at a loss during launch, although Sony appears to have changed things around this generation.
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