During Sony’s presentation at CES 2023, the company said those who want a PS5 “should have an easier time” going forward. Announced.
New Delhi,Has been updated: Jan 5, 2023 13:14 IST
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Dibianchi Sharma: Sony’s PlayStation 5 has been out since May 2022, but people around the world are still trying to get their hands on the console. However, their predicament may end soon, as Sony announced during its presentation at CES 2023 that it would be easier for people to get their hands on the PS5.
No More PS5 Shortages
PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan said during the presentation, “From this point on, it should be much easier for everyone who wants a PS5 to find it in retail stores around the world. ‘ said. He also thanked players for their patience as the company tried to manage console demand during the past two years of “global challenges.”
Over 30 million PlayStation sales
PlayStation also announced sales of over 30 million units to date, making December its “biggest month ever”.By November, the PS5 had sold 25 million units.
A tweet from Sony’s official handle reads: Thanks for playing, guys, 2023 will be a great year! ”
In December 2022, Ryan also appeared at the PlayStation Partner Awards in Japan, announcing that the team had “solved the PS5’s long-term supply issues.”
Addressing the crowd by appearing on screen during the presentation, the CEO said, “We would like to let everyone know that we have resolved the long-term supply issues of the PlayStation 5 and are able to reach a large number of customers in Japan. This end of the year. shopping season in Asia through 2023.”
Sony announces Project Leonardo
“There is no limit to how much you can play.” And aiming to bring the fun of gaming to everyone, Sony has announced a new controller kit in the works. Say hello to Project Leonardo. It focuses on making games easier and more accessible for people with disabilities.
The controller is highly customizable and looks like a disc with eight PS5 buttons and a joystick attached. The controller can be used as-is or in combination with the DualSense controller. Due to its shape, it can be placed on a table as well as mounted on a tripod without the need to hold the controller in your hand.
The PlayStation team shared a video on their official Twitter handle, highlighting the importance of accessibility in games.
As Project Leonardo is still a work in progress, the price and release date for the controller have not yet been revealed.