Sony has doubled its profits and operating income forecast for the fiscal year ended at the end of last month, thanks to the selling of assets and a deprecation of the yen over the past few months.
Games Industry reports the corporation now predicts $403m for the period, up from the previously forecasted $201m.
The rosier outlook comes courtesy of a better than expected performance of its financial services division, along with the aforementioned deprecation of Japan's currency.
Operating income forecasts are also up to $2.3bn from $1.3bn due to the sale of its office in Tokyo, its US headquarters, and other assets.
Sony plans on releasing full-year financial results on May 9th.