The PlayStation 4 will continue to be "supply constrained" until this summer, according to what PlayStation boss Andrew House tells The Wall Street Journal.
We're struggling to keep up with demand," House said, noting highest demand is in the US and Europe. "Conservatively, as we get into the early summer months, we'll be closer to a full supply situation."
The PS4 has sold more than 6 million units as of early March, though analysts note that supply is not meeting demand, which is likely bottlenecking sales.
Sony also said this week that the PS4 camera accessory is also "severely supply constrained." Sony admitted that it underestimated demand for the device.