Not sure about the 10m (approx) to reach 125m with it clocking in around 40k on a good week nowadays. Still before the PS5's release and Sony demonstrating that (unlike PS4 software) it was no longer interested in PS4 hardware by cutting back production and no price cuts, I would have said it was a deadset certainty and that 125m was the baseline, anyway a base figure around 120m is still great considering Sony's lack of end gen support is most likely going to be the difference between the 130-145m lifetime predictions and where it ends up. also with a lot of people seeing Sony's end of gen history as a positive factor that was something most didn't predict.
Note that I said cleared. It's most likely above 115m (I'm waiting on Sony's latest report).
Regardless, the point is that it has already made its mark. 115m, 125m, 135m. Doesn't really matter. No need to do more (though the bonus doesn't hurt) and this thread was bumped to remind the lowballers of that. ;)