Sony’s PlayStation 4 console sold 7 million units since its launch Nov. 15 last year, the company announced.
In addition, PlayStation 4 games have sold 20.5 million copies at retail stories and through the digital PlayStation Store as of April 13.
“The PS4 journey has just begun, and although we are still facing difficulties keeping up with the strong demand worldwide, we remain steadfast in our commitment to meet the needs of our customers, and surpassing the wildest expectations of gamers by delivering new user experiences that inspire and engage,” said Sony Computer Entertainment President and Group CEO Andrew House in a press release.
The PlayStation 4 will implement streaming through its PlayStation Now service this summer, allowing players to access games from previous generation Sony consoles. It also announced its own virtual reality headset, Project Morpheus, last month, which will integrate with the PS4.
The PlayStation 4, which retails for $399.99, is available in 72 countries worldwide.
The Xbox One in sales in the U.S. at the end of February, Microsoft’s console captured more revenue because of its higher price point.