Jim Ryan, the head of PlayStation, said he was angry at the problems it created Promotes a PS5, adding his voice to that of gamers who were disappointed at not being able to buy a new console. He obviously doesn’t have these problems, but in an interview with Axiom, he wanted to make his point on the matter.
According to Ryan, the phenomenon is currently very small compared to previous months, but the fact remains that it is still present: “I’m really frustrated and angry, especially when I see retailers and bots never putting in stock.“
Ryan confirmed that Sony is doing its best to put the PS5 in the right hands, as are our beloved readers. One way to do this is to upgrade the site Playstation Direct, which will also reach Europe and other regions by the end of March 2022.
It’s worth noting that despite the issues, Sony sold a large amount of PS5 hardware. The latest official data speaks of 7.8 million units at the end of the last fiscal year, ending on March 31, 2021. Currently there will certainly be more. Just today the PS5 bundle was launched with Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, which we imagine sold out immediately.