Sony will ramp PS4 production down as the demand softens over the next couple years, until it's at a point that it's no longer worth keeping production and they will close it down, just like they did on the PS2.
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Thread: PS4 in Production right now
they started around the frist week in aug
Do people forget that you don't need FCC approval for anything being manufactured! When you know what you're doing and following basic standards you know you'll get approved. PS3 was in full production many months before approval from FCC so what on earth are you guys talking about???.
FCC has no say over European/Australian/Japanese versions of products you're only accounting for America only a small chunk of the world Even though America is the main consumer here more units will be sold to the rest of the world Sony makes a lot more money off the rest of the world trust me manufacturing started long before FCC approval, full production would have started April/may soon after documents were Pre-approved (they can be Pre-approved following standards guidelines) final FCC approval is when the FCC does their own internal testing on a product.
Remember when the PS4 controller designs were leaked last December by developers they even showed the light bar, those leaked pics looked pretty final to me, when the controller was revealed in late February it looked identical to the leaked controller of December ... Logic says "we've been in production for a while now.
It will take 2-3 months alone to package everything that takes the longest and requires a large amount of physical labor.
Finished systems will be touched by more than 100 hands alone isn't that crazy !" A Toll's a toll and a roll's a roll. If we don't get no toll's, then we don't eat no roll's"
By the time PS4 launches Sony would have well and truly manufactured around 5 million units easily, but they wouldn't have shipped that many units because like I said last time logistics and packaging is the hardest part of the whole process, lots and lots of manual labor putting accessories into boxes etc takes a lot of time.
I remember when Sony Australia received their PS Vitas 2 months before launch and they said they had lots of work to do boxing all the vitas ready for launch day.
So I would dare say if it sometimes takes 1 to 2 months to package a console that would probably mean the US and European shipments are being packaged and shipped locally as we speak they won't leave it till last minute around that time of year no way.
It's great to know the launch will be plentiful worldwide
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PS4: Infamous SS, DriveClub
One: Project spark, Forza 5
Multi: Watchdogs, The crew, FFXV, KHIII
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