PS5: high demand for the PlayStation 5, challenges in production

PS5: high demand for the PlayStation 5, challenges in production
The demand for the PS5 is huge: Sony has sold every console it has produced since its release in November 2020. As part of a current financial report, the publisher announced that it had sold around 4.5 million PlayStation 5 consoles worldwide up to and including December 31. Sony's CFO Hiroki Totoki is convinced that the strong demand will continue in the upcoming fiscal year (April 2021 to March 2022). Speaking to the financial report, he says that Sony plans to ship 14.8 million consoles next year.

"Demand for the PlayStation 5 is high," commented Totoki, adding that Sony is trying to do that Increase production. However, you are faced with one or the other hurdle. As an example, the Sony CFO cites a global shortage of semiconductors. "If we try to increase capacities, we face difficulties because of the global situation. We still try to do our best to meet our schedule with regard to deliveries," says Totoki. (buy now )

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