It’s been a little more than two weeks since the Playstation 4 hit shelves, and now Sony is reporting that 2.1 million consoles have been sold worldwide.
“It’s an impressive and record-setting accomplishment for our company and for our industry, and we couldn’t have done it without you,” Sony Computer Entertainment president and group CEO Andrew House wrote in a blog post. “I want to personally thank PlayStation fans, both old and new, for your vote of confidence.”
Sony sold one million PS4’s in the first 24 hours that the $399 console was on shelves in the U.S. and Canada. It went on sale in Europe, Latin American and Australia on Nov. 29.
The 2.1 million number is a big jump from Playstation 3 sales. It took Sony four months to sell 1.1 million PS3’s back in 2007.
Microsoft, meanwhile, also sold one million Xbox One’s in the first 24 hours after its console went on sale worldwide on Nov. 22. The company hasn’t revealed more stats for the $499 Xbox One.