Getting a PlayStation 5 is still not as easy as many would like.
In a little less than five months it’s Christmas again, what are the chances of a PS5 under the Christmas tree?
It’s supposed to get better.
Like Sony Chief Financial Officer Hiroki Totoki during a telephone conference to announce the current business figures, one sees an improvement in the availability of components.
Although there are currently no changes to the forecast of 18 million PS5 consoles shipped in the fiscal year, work is being done to make more PS5 consoles available for the Christmas business.
According to Totoki, PS5 demand isn’t falling and Sony’s main goal is to meet that demand. Additional disruptions in the supply chain would have caused further problems in the first quarter of the business, but it is hoped that these will be eliminated completely.
For the second half of the financial year, Totoki therefore expects a “significant increase” in the available PS5 consoles.