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Sony warns that PS5 will remain in short supply till 2022


Team Udayavani, May 11, 2021, 11:20 AM IST

Source: Amazon

Sony Group has warned that PlayStation 5 will remain in short supply through 2022, suggesting that the company will be constrained in its ability to boost targets for its latest games console.

In April, Sony while reporting financial results said it sold 7.8 million units of the console through March 31 and is aiming to sell 14.8 million units in the current fiscal year, making the company match the trajectory of the popular PlayStation 4, which sold in excess of 115.9 million units to date.

Because of the shortages in components such as semiconductors, PS5 has been difficult to find stock since its release in November and the company hasn’t given an official estimate for when it expects supply to normalize.

 

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