Sony has revealed that it plans to produce more consoles PS5 for the Christmas season this year.
As disclosed in the financial results for the first quarter of fiscal year 2022 of Sonythe company said: “As we are seeing a recovery from the impact of the lockdown in Shanghai and a significant improvement in component supply, we are working to bring more supply to the year-end Christmas sales season.”
This means there could be more PS5 under the Christmas tree compared to previous years
In case you haven’t kept up with the latest-gen console, it’s well known that tech companies like Sony, as well as Microsoft y Nintendo, they have had trouble producing their high-demand consoles due to ongoing chip shortages.
In May 2022, the CEO of Intel predicted that we could see shortages until 2024. However, according to the update of Sony above, the shortage could end sooner than initially thought.
The rest of the results also address other issues related to PlayStation. Including a brief update on the acquisition of Destiny by Sony and the developer of Hello, Bungie. The one that states that “a collaboration between the two companies has begun.”
The document also mentions the recent acquisition of Haven Studios and adds: “In addition to improving the content development capacity of our existing studios, we are working to strengthen our proprietary software by creating new IP and accelerating the implementation of live games.” services and multi-platform titles through synergies with the studios we have acquired”.