Sony is acknowledging a loss close to its estimate from earlier in the week.
Its report on earnings for the financial year ending March 31st show the company recorded a nearly three-point-two-billion-dollar loss after taking close to 88-billion-dollars in revenue. Sony says it’s sold just over 14-million PlayStation 3s during the year. In addition, it’s sold eight-million PSPs and more than six-million PS2s. Sony did not blame Japan’s earthquake or its recent PSN security breach as the biggest reasons for the loss. Instead, it said the main reason was a nearly four-and-a-half-billion-dollar charge imposed on the company due to deferred tax assets in Japan.