Sony sees a much-needed increase in PS5 shipments worldwide as ongoing chip and component shortages have reportedly eased, according to a new report.
The report claims that PS5 shipments should see a noticeable increase in the second half of 2022 and 2023.
Sony’s latest home console has been plagued by a semiconductor shortage since its launch in November 2020, an issue that is also affecting Xbox Series X/S shipments worldwide. This has left both consoles in short supply at retailers, with only sporadic restocks that would sell out quickly.
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Many major tech companies have painted a grim picture of the chip shortage plaguing consoles, with Intel’s CEO noting earlier this year that the problem will continue until 2024. Before that, Nvidia said in November 2021 that the problem would continue until this year, which unfortunately is the case. been.
The PS5 was released in November 2020 in the US, UK, Europe and other major regions and has now sold over 20 million units worldwide.
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