Sony sees very high demand for PS5 ahead of launch
Sony sees very high demand for PS5 ahead of launch

Sony's Director of Games said today: With users looking to launch the next generation gaming platform on November 12th, the company will see "significant" demand for the new PlayStation 5 gaming platform in initial orders. next one.

Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO Jim Ryan said in an interview: This Japanese tech company sold PlayStation 5 devices in the United States within the first 12 hours of the first order. This corresponds to sales from the previous platform (PlayStation 4). During the first 12 weeks.

"The demand at the required starting level is very, very large," Ryan told Reuters.

Sony (which has sold more than 100 million PlayStation 4 platforms) is keen to convince its users to switch to its new hardware to play games like Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales and "The New" The joystick has graphics and improved audio functions. .

This release came against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has not only increased revenue for gaming companies, but also increased the global retail network, game development and manufacturing supply chain.

"No one looking to buy a PlayStation 5 will find it on launch day," Ryan said, adding that the company was "doing its best" to secure supplies for the year-end holidays. Public.

Sony has recently built a network of in-house studios. These studios have produced exclusive works including: Ghost of Tsushima by Sucker Punch Productions to compete with other platforms such as Microsoft (Xbox Series X).

"Sony will naturally develop its studio functions, because we can improve internal capabilities through potential selective acquisitions," said Ryan.

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