PlayStation 5: a year later, this is still the big problem

This Friday, November 12, a year has passed since PlayStation 5 was launched in the first regions. It would only be available in Europe a week later, but with very limited availability.

A year later, the scene is still bleak. The Covid-19 pandemic caused several industries to experience production problems. And PlayStation was one of the products most notoriously affected, given its high demand.

PlayStation 5 maintains reduced availability in the coming months

Bloomberg reveals that, one year after launch, the PS5 will have a new reduced availability. Finding a PS5 wasn’t easy last year and is expected to continue into Sony’s next fiscal year.

Photo by Kerde Severin on Unsplash
PlayStation 5 keeps availability reduced in the coming months. Photograph by Kerde Severin on Unsplash

Sony will have reduced production forecasts to 15 million in March

According to this source, Sony expected to produce 16 million units by the end of March. However, the goal will have already been reduced to 15 million. In this way, the Japanese company will be able to maintain the goal of selling 14.8 million units of the console.

Therefore, PlayStation 5 runs the risk of not breaking the sales record reached by PlayStation 4. If you were thinking of buying the new console for Christmas, it will continue to be a difficult task and requires some patience on your part.

If you are still looking for the console, try to take advantage of any opportunity when you see its availability. By now, millions have managed to buy it, but many gamers are still salivating for it.

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