Sony is promising that it will be much easier this upcoming holiday season to get your hands on a PlayStation 5, after nearly two years of availability issues.
“We intend to take action to increase user engagement in the second half of the fiscal year, during which major titles including first-party software are scheduled to be released, primarily by increasing the supply of PS5 hardware and promoting the new PlayStation Plus service.”
With the company’s plan to reach their goal of 18 million units sold during this financial year and the improvement of supply chain issues, the company believes that they will be able to make it easier to have consoles on shelves for everyone to buy.
It’s been the main narrative of the PlayStation 5 since its release in 2020 that the console is near-impossible to find. Due to supply chain issues, chip shortages, and just sheer popularity, many players have had to wait two years to get their hands on the console. Websites have used tracking pages, Discord servers have been created to notify buyers of stock, and much more. It’s been something else, that is for sure.
Luckily, it looks like that won’t be the case in the near-future.
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