After selling 1 million units through to customers at the November 15, 2013, North American PlayStation 4 launch, Sony has hit another milestone. The European and Latin American rollout has pushed sales past the 2.1 million mark.

The PlayStation 4 is now available in 32 countries, with a Japanese release slated for February 22, 2014. Consoles are in short supply right now, but Sony's Andrew House told Game Informer last month that he expects the company will be supplying throughout the holidays.

Our Take
If Sony manages to keep supply flowing through the holidays, not only will the numbers continue to rise as fast as units hit shelves, but Sony will keep families happy. There are few things as frustrating as camping out a store day after day just hoping for new supply to arrive.