That’s because of increasing problems sourcing parts and logistical issues, but such explanations won’t help players desperate to get their hands on the console.
While the console launched in November 2020, it has continued to be difficult to track down. The console has sold well throughout the year hitting over 9 million sales in June and outselling its main rival – the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. Most recently, Sony hired three Boeing 747s to fly PlayStation 5 stock into London Heathrow airport in a bid to tackle supply issues during the run up to Christmas.
The PlayStation 5 is also the fastest-selling Sony console ever despite stock issues making it tricky to track down for many people.
However, there continues to be chip shortages which aren’t helping matters when it comes to any kind of gadget or technological sales. AMD’s Lisa Su explained how she is optimistic things will improve in late 2022 but that’s hardly soon enough for players keen to get their hands on the latest games console. Players are likely to find it harder to get a PlayStation 5 in the coming months.
In other gaming news, Twitch has announced a new programme to support musicians keen to stream their talents.