Ps5 supposedly about to become harder to buy

In 2020, when the PS5 was launched, it was almost impossible to buy. Each PS5 replenishment since then, has been so difficult to have the console in its hands, if not more challenging, unless, of course, be willing to pay a price superior to resellers on eBay and other resellers sites. Unfortunately, ensuring an order from the elusive console before Black Friday and Christmas is about to become even more difficult, or at least that is what a new report affirms.

It’s Still Going to Be Hard to Find a PS5 in 2022 - IGN Daily Fix

According to a brand new Bloomberg new report, which claims to have fonts familiar with Sony s manufacturing plans, Sony is cutting down your PS5 manufacturing figures in approximately one million units. In other words, Sony is going to produce a million consoles less between now and the end of his fiscal year (late March) of what he anticipated. What does this mean? Well, it means that the PS5 will be even harder to buy in this Christmas season than the last Christmas season. And the last Christmas season was almost impossible to buy.

Between now and the end of Sony s fiscal year, PlayStation manufacturers anticipate manufacturing another 15 million PS5 consoles. That s a lot of consoles, but it will not be enough to satisfy the demand, especially if resellers and their bots are going to continue stealing online repressions, and at this time, there is no indication that this is going to change. The resellers market of the PS5 remains quite lucrative.

For what is worth, although Bloomberg is typical and traditionally very reliable, they have been wrong in the past, so there is a possibility that it is defective information, but for what we understand, it is not. The shortage of semiconductors continues to press the production. Meanwhile, the maritime transport crisis does not help either.

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