It’s been several years since the PlayStation 5 launched, and it hasn’t exactly been the easiest console to find due to semiconductor shortages, among other issues faced during the height of the pandemic. However, Sony is now letting fans know they should have a “much easier time” nabbing one of these consoles.
In a blog post, PlayStation executive Isabelle Tomatis thanked fans for their patience as Sony went through “unprecedented demand” for the PlayStation 5, with the “global challenges” that limited the system worldwide.
“If you’re looking to purchase a PS5 console, you should now have a much easier time finding one at retailers globally,” Tomatis stated.
This shouldn’t be of any surprise, since Sony commented during CES this month that the PS5 shortage was practically over. Despite the shortages, Sony has managed to sell over 30 million units thus far.
Consumers can check out the official PlayStation Store to buy a PS5 or visit a local retailer where stock should be more available. Of course, there are no guarantees.
Sony also released a new PlayStation advertisement that contained a possible teaser for what some believe is Uncharted 5.