Sony feels bad that it can’t meet demand for PS5 right now

Jim Ryan, CEO and Chairman of Sony Interactive Entertainment, has regretted that the console manufacturer is currently unable to meet demand for the PS5.

Speaking to Reuters, Ryan noted:

We’ve built more PlayStations faster than ever before and that makes me happy. But then again, we’re not going to be able to meet all the demand out there for a while, which makes me feel bad.

Our partners are performing very well for us, but the chip shortage is certainly a challenge that we are all tackling.

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Ryan’s comments follow news that PS5 has sold 10 million units worldwide, making it Sony’s fastest-selling home console in its entire history. The format owner also announced sales of a number of major titles, including Spider-Man: Miles Morales and Returnal.

The PS5 came out in November 2020 in the US, Europe and other major territories, but lack of stock has made the console increasingly difficult to get hold of.

[Source – Reuters]