The PlayStation 5 launched one year ago today, and it has been a tremendously successful first year, with 13.4 million consoles sold. But the numbers presumably could have been better were it not for the ongoing chip shortages impacting supply.
PlayStation boss Jim Ryan said in a blog post that he hears the frustrations that fans have about the supply situation, saying Sony is “laser-focused” on doing more to ship as many consoles as possible.
“I also want to thank everyone in the community for your patience,” Ryan said. “We continue to see historic demand for PS5 and we understand the inventory constraints remain a source of frustration for many of our customers. Rest assured that we are laser-focused on doing everything in our power to ship as many units as possible, it’s something we work on every day across the company and remains my top priority. Again, we appreciate your patience as we navigate through these unprecedented global challenges.”
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