PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan had a conversation with Wired He indicated that he expects the PlayStation 5 to be more widely available in the second half of 2021. How seriously we should take this, the question remains the question, since the Japanese company recently announced that it has only been brought up. 2022 can meet the demand.
“We are working hard to improve the situation,” said Ryan, in a conversation with Wired. “We are witnessing an increase in production during the summer and certainly in the second half of the year, and we hope to see a kind of return to normal life in that period in terms of the balance between supply and demand,” he added.
The comments follow a similar response from Ryan in February, when he suggested the situation would get better by a month in 2021 – especially in the second half of the year. We recently saw some of this in the Netherlands and Belgium, because the last drop happened last week Bol.com. Bee Cool blue The advice is to sign up for a notice, so that you can be informed early. MediaMarkt expects to be able to offer individual copies again in July due to all open applications. The overview below gives you an idea of when the last drops have occurred:
PlayStation 5 Digital Edition
Sony Chief Financial Officer Hiroki Totoki recently stated that Sony cannot keep up with demand and that the stock issues will continue into 2022. “Even if we have more PS5 consoles next year, our supplies cannot keep up with demand,” Totoki said. What’s really going to happen with stocks and offerings is unknown of course, but it’s fair to say that the mixed reactions don’t paint a promising picture for PlayStation fans still looking for a PS5.
Totoki also stated that Sony is exploring various options to address the global chip shortage, such as finding secondary suppliers or perhaps offering PS5 renewWhich may be released in 2022.
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