According to statistics, those millions of users typically spend an average of one hour wandering around. We have reason to believe this is an extremely small, yet positive improvement over what the last numbers showed. According to Peter Dille, who revealed the average session for Home users almost exactly a year ago, the time was 55 minutes long. This could be a sign for Sony, telling them just how long Home can keep users' attention.
Also talked about during Jack Buser's IGN interview was Sodium One, a PlayStation Home exclusive RPG. About 1.3 million people tried S1 within the first six weeks of availability, with 25% purchasing the full game. We expect the number of Sodium One full games sold to be approximately 325,000. For a typical disc-based retail game, this number might seem low, but over 300,000 buying a game within a platform should at least be considered average to well-received.