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PlayStation 5 Passes 30 Million Units Sold, Shortage Essentially Over

Sony has announced that it has sold over 30 million units of its PlayStation 5 console, almost closing the console shortage.

Sony Interactive Entertainment President Jim Ryan revealed the new numbers at Sony’s CES tech conference. This figure is up 5 million from the 25 million he revealed on November 1st two months ago.

“We are extremely grateful for the support and patience of the PlayStation community in meeting unprecedented demand amid global challenges over the past two years,” said Ryan.

“PS5 supply improved towards the end of last year. We are pleased to announce that December was our biggest month for PS5 console sales ever, with over 30 million units now sold to consumers worldwide. increase.”

Ryan, who is confident the supply issue has been fully resolved, said, “Everybody who wants a PS5 should have a much easier time finding it in retail stores around the world from this point on. It is,” he added.

A catastrophic semiconductor chip shortage has severely limited the creation of new PS5 consoles, but that hasn’t stopped PS5 sales from surpassing 20 million units as of June 2021. -Up with PS5 production”.

Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer and UK news editor. He talks about witchers all day long.

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