Sony Computer Entertainment reported some solid sales numbers for its various PlayStation systems for the past holiday season today. Sony says that they moved a total of 6.5 million PlayStation 2/3/PSP/Vita units worldwide (Sony defines “holiday season” as between November 21 and January 5 in Asia, November 21 through December 31 in America, and November 18 through December 31 in Europe).
To be more specific, the company sold:
- 500,000 units of the PlayStation Vita (which launched in Japan on December 7 and in Hong Kong and Taiwan on December 23)
- 3.9+ million PS3s (Sony says the system is on track to sell 15 million units in the fiscal year through March 31)
- 1.6 million PSPs (all models combined)
- 500,000 PS2 systems
- 1.7 PlayStation Moves (not part of the 6.5 million total)
Sony also said that Vita owners can choose between 24 different games at the moment and that 70 additional titles are currently in development. The company’s newest video game system will hit Europe, Australia, and America on February 22, 2012.