After Intel recently announced that the shortage of processors may continue for another two years, there has been speculation PlayStation 5 It should still be just as hard to get.
but below Sony presentation of its last quarterly report Chief Financial Officer Hiroki Totoki has announced that Sony has purchased enough processors to deliver PS5 consoles for the entirety of 2021. The news was first reported by the games.
The shortage of semiconductors affects different regions and we have implemented different procedures. For the PS5, we have secured the number of chips required. When it comes to semiconductor supplies, you don’t have to worry, Sade Totoki.
14.8 million PlayStation 5
Sony’s plan is to sell 14.8 million PlayStation 5 consoles before March 31, 2022, up from just 2.3 million in the first quarter of 2021. So it looks like Sony has taken over 12.5 million Intel processors.
While it probably won’t be very easy to get a PS5 right away, Sony expects there will be enough consoles for Christmas shopping.
However, that doesn’t mean the semiconductor woes are over in any way and we wonder if this year’s Black Friday sales couldn’t be more subdued this year.
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