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PlayStation Boss Jim Ryan Apologises For PS5 Supply Issues In Japan & Asia

Sony Interactive Entertainment President & CEO Jim Ryan has issued an apology for the PS5 supply issues in Japan & Asia, and assured consumers that the problems are now resolved.

The executive made the statement at the PlayStation Partner Awards:

We would like to report that we have resolved the long-term supply issue of the PlayStation 5 and we will be able to deliver to Japan and Asia customers from year-end shopping season and into 2023. We apologize for any inconvenience and greatly appreciate your understanding and cooperation.

Many fascinating titles were born in Japan and Asia in 2022, and I look forward to honoring them for their outstanding achievements today.

…PlayStation will continue to strive to be ‘The Best Place To Play’ for everyone.

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The PS5 was released in November 2020 in the US, UK and other major territories, although supply remained constrained thanks to a shortage of vital components brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.

[Source – Genki_JPN on Twitter]