The PlayStation 4 launched in North America on November 15th. Since then, it’s gone on to launch in 32 countries around the world.

Sony announced this morning that the PlayStation 4 has just beaten 2,100,00 consoles sold globally. That’s not shipped to stores, that’s actually sold to buyers at retail.

Here’s how President and Group CEO of SCE Andrew House opened up the sales announcement on the PlayStation Blog:

In what is shaping up to be a historic year for gamers, I’m delighted to share an important new milestone with you. PS4’s North American debut on November 15th was PlayStation’s largest ever, with more than one million gamers picking up a PS4 in just 24 hours. Now, with PS4’s global launch expanding to a total of 32 countries worldwide, including Europe and Latin America, I’m proud to announce that more than 2.1 million PS4s have been sold.

We love the PlayStation 4 here at TechnoBuffalo. Our review of the system went live early last week, and you can check out our full impressions right here. The console has a whole lot of potential, and we can’t wait to see where things go from here.

Now we know that we’re among 2.1 million gamers who agree.