The PlayStation 5 scarcity will officially be over according to an announcement by Sony at CES. The PS5 was difficult to obtain for some due to high demand. During a global supply chain shortfall these last few years, some either got lucky or paid a premium for the console.
Jim Ryan, CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment, said, “Everyone who wants a PS5 should have a considerably easier time getting one at retailers worldwide, starting from this point forward,” in reference to the PS5’s supply going into 2023. The conclusion of the shortfall could imply that the PS5, which has currently sold 30 million units and may release a new generation of the console in 2023, will reach nine-digit sales statistics like its predecessors. For more gaming news, Sony PlayStation to Step Into Mobile Gaming World.