PlayStation Network has revealed that the PlayStation Network’s newest release, Limelight Networks stock, has been down for two weeks.
Limelight shares had risen a whopping $16.60 by midday on Thursday.
Limelight Networks shares are up 5.9 per cent in after-hours trading.
In addition to the stock market losses, Sony has also had to cut its forecast for the PlayStation 4’s hardware sales, due to the console’s performance.
Sony is aiming to ship 1.5 million units of the PlayStation Vita hardware this year, with sales to come from the PlayStation TV, PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation Mobile handheld.
However, Sony’s latest guidance suggests that it may be too optimistic about its PS4’s sales.
In a new investor presentation, Sony outlined its outlook for the future of its gaming hardware.
According to the document, Sony believes that the console will sell 3.6 million units worldwide this year.
The document states that Sony’s hardware forecasts for this year include sales of 1.4 million PS4 units and 2.5,000 PS4s for next year.
In fact, the document suggests that Sony is looking to deliver sales of 3.4-million PS4 consoles worldwide this summer.
The PS4 is Sony’s biggest console yet, and its launch is expected to be its most anticipated event.
The company’s stock was down by 7.7 per cent at $2.18 in early afternoon trading, but was slightly higher at $1.89.