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This is what I think will happen:

06½ Years - FY19: April 1st 2019 - March 31st 2020 = 15.00M (111.8M)
07½ Years - FY20: April 1st 2020 - March 31st 2021 = 12.50M (124.3M) - $249 
08½ Years - FY21: April 1st 2021 - March 31st 2022 = 10.00M (134.3M)
09½ Years - FY22: April 1st 2022 - March 31st 2023 = 07.50M (141.8M) - $199
10½ Years - FY23: April 1st 2023 - March 31st 2024 = 05.00M (146.8M)
11½ Years - FY24: April 1st 2024 - March 31st 2025 = 02.50M (149.3M) - Discontinue

If PS5 launches at $499, then these numbers might be higher - and PS4 might catch PS2. Or so I hope.