The PlayStation 4 has seen quite a surge in both sales and usage over the last few months, since its initial launch in stores back in November. This week, Sony Computer Entertainment of America detailed another fun stat – the system has seen record “share” videos provided by users.

According to the company’s Twitter page, over 100 million video shares have been captured and broadcasted by PlayStation 4 owners, from a variety of games, including Killzone: Shadow Fall, Knack and several others.

The “share” function is quite a simple one, since a share button is featured on the controller itself, making it easy to connect to the Internet and set up either live streams or video captures. Users can utilize the controller’s Microphone or headset to talk over captured game footage, then present said clips to their friends or others.

More of these clips will make the rounds over the next few months, particularly with upcoming games like Watch Dogs, Infamous: Second Son and next week’s Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes.

Source: Dual Shockers