According to the gaming business of Sony Group Corp, more than 40 million PlayStation 5 machines have been sold. The company cited improved supply chain issues as the reason for this.
According to Jim Ryan, CEO of Sony Interactive, “it took months for supply chains to normalize so we could have the inventory to keep up with demand.”
The PS5 supply is now fully filled, and we can now see that pent-up demand being satisfied.
A record-breaking 25 million PS5 consoles will be sold this year, according to the Japanese tech and entertainment behemoth, setting a new mark for all PlayStation devices.
According to Piers Harding-Rolls, an analyst at Ampere Analysis, Sony’s most recent platform is closing the gap with the PS4 console.