Sony PS5 is in great demand all over the world. But the company was unable to keep up due to ongoing component shortages. report from BloombergSony might not be able to beat the PS4’s first-year sales record for this reason. It was also said that Sony had lowered its previous production forecast of 16 million to 15 million. According to sources, part of the problem is due to irregular vaccine launches in countries where Sony makes chips and a shortage of essential parts such as power supply chips.
Aside from Sony, the situation is dire for other console makers like Nintendo, and it’s also impacting the release of Valve’s new console, the Steam Deck, which has been delayed back to 2022. Sales are reportedly declining. Moved to the PC version of the game due to lack of console. by any means March is still a long way off, so Sony might make it all on its own.
The Sony PS5 console comes in two versions: Digital-only disc-free and BluRay models that come with a 4K UHD Blu-Ray Drive, an NVM2 SSD slot for expansion up to 1TB, and a 2.1 HDMI port. PS4 and USB are compatible. The HDD is powered by an octa-core CPU with Zen 2 cores clocked at 2.5GHz, claimed to run at 10.28 TFLOP and 36 CUs at 2.33GHz. The Sony PS5 packs 16GB of GDDR6 RAM with 449GB/s of memory bandwidth, and It has 825GB of internal storage for playing games.