After the financial results announced recently, Hiroki Totoki, Sony’s CFO, said he thinks the stock situation on the PlayStation 5 will continue until March 31, 2022.
Sony, one of the largest technology companies in the world, recently announced the last fiscal quarter results for PlayStation. After the results, Sony’s CFO Hiroki Totoki made a statement about the stock status of PlayStation 5.
As you know, almost all technology companies have a shortage of stock in their products due to the stock shortage in semiconductors. PlayStation 5. One of the devices that has suffered greatly in this regard is the PlayStation 5. It is a hard-to-find device since the PlayStation 5 came out, both due to high demand and problems with the chips.
Since the release of the PlayStation 5, the console has been opened to order with a limited stock from time to time and will be finished in a very short time. It seems that this situation will continue this way for a little more. It was previously said that the stock shortage of consoles will be relieved after June 2021, but this period seems to be prolonged.
Hiroki Totoki, Sony’s CFO, said in a recent statement that it will take a little longer for the PlayStation 5 to reach a completely comfortable stock. According to Hiroki Totoki, Sony does not expect its stock to breathe before March 2022. If the chip shortage continues, this process seems to take longer.