Ps5 supply has increased, so purchasing one should now be “much easier”. The PS5 supply increase has come after a long period during which it was quite difficult to get a Playstation 5. Sony is informing their fan that finding a console will be “much easier”.
PlayStation Supply Improves, Leading to Ease in Purchase
PlayStation CEO Isabelle Tomatis commended players for their patience. The CEO posted in her blogspot that the PS5 had “unprecedented” demand, but global obstacles restricted its availability.
“If you’re looking to purchase a PS5 console, you should now have a much easier time finding one on retailers globally,” Said Tomatis.
This development did not come as a surprise since Sony had declared at CES last month that the PS5 shortage was essentially over. Sony has so far sold more than 30 million consoles despite the shortages.
Finding a PS5 should become easier starting this year. Thanks for your patience 💙
New “Live From PS5” spot celebrates the moment: https://t.co/bwzIfN4FKf pic.twitter.com/ydouuWG6BL
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) January 30, 2023
To purchase a new PS5, users can go to the official PlayStation Store or a nearby retailer. According to Sony, the stock should be more easily available, although there is no guarantee.
Sony unveiled a brand new PlayStation advert promoting the entire PlayStation ecosystem. Fans saw hints in the trailer that some feel could point to Uncharted 5; the video may contain teasers for PlayStation’s future releases.
In other news of the PlayStation, Sony will launch a $550 PlayStation VR2. A $200 Dual Sense Edge controller has also been released.
As the PS5 shortage continues, all fans can do is wait. There is still hope if all goes as planned. Sony has promised that they are foreseeing that the PS5 shortage will resolve in 2024. We hope the plan works out, but if you haven’t already purchased it, you might think of getting a PS4 instead.
As fans continue hoping for the better, it is also fair to note that the gaming franchise has worked with the scarcity of electronic parts since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. Fortunately, Sony and other companies can now sigh a breath of relief with the growing supply that will lead to ease of PS5 purchases.