Sony CEO Kaz Hirai has stressed that the worldwide sales for the PlayStation Vita are "pretty much" near the firm's expectations.
However, the executive stated that the commercial performance of the PSP successor is "maybe trending behind in certain territories."
SCE UK head Fergal Gara had previously stated the company "would love" to be selling more PlayStation Vita units. SCEA president Jack Tretton, meanwhile, said the sale figures for the device are "acceptable".
Sony had recently said that Vita sales exceeded 2.2 million units as of June 30. However, the device only sold 400,000 units worldwide during Q2 (April, May and June). Comparatively, the PSP outsold its successor by selling more than 1 million units during the same period.