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Sony unable to meet the PlayStation 4 global demand

PlayStation 4 sale
PlayStation 4 sale
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Due to the fast sales and high demands for the PlayStation 4; Sony estimate it won't be until the summer that they have meet the global demand.

Andrew House, CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment, told the Wall Street Journal that due to the high demand in the US and Europe that they are struggling to keep-up.

This statement has not surprised pundits in the video game media due to several report released early this year that had the PlayStation 4 outselling the Xbox One. In late January; GameSpot published a press release stating they are unable to keep up with the market demand.

According to Jeffrey Grubb at VentureBeat; even though both consoles are outselling their predecessors Microsoft may have gained an edge with the release of the highly anticipated Titanfall. He also noted that inFAMOUS: Second Son didn't develop the same kind of hype as Titanfall.

There is still confidence among House and Sony executives that gamers will find inFAMOUS: Second Son appealing while more original games are in the works.