The PS5 shortage has been 'resolved' in Japan and Asia, according to Sony Interactive Entertainment President and CEO Jim Ryan.
Here's what that could mean for the rest of the world looking ahead to next year. Speaking at the recent annual PlayStation Partner Awards, Ryan addressed the PS5 availability issues in the region and stated how the company will be «able to deliver» into 2023, according to the official Japanese PlayStation blog(opens in new tab).
We've covered PS5 scarcity extensively over the past two years since the system was made available to the market in November 2020.
Despite PS5 restocks seemingly improving in the West, with up to 400% increase in shipments for God of War Ragnarok, many people are still struggling to get their hands on the console.Read more on techradar.com