Sony claims it increased its supply of PlayStation 5 consoles
The PlayStation 5 consoles have been out a little more than two years by now, and Sony has already seen many great titles worthy of its new machine. But, it’s been tough a unit, especially if you’re slow to the game or unwilling to pay scalper prices for one.
Earlier today (30 January 2023 in US timezone), Sony uploaded a blog post saying that the PlayStation 5 (both Disc and Digital versions) are now back in stock, with a very vague quote:
To all our fans: thank you for your patience as we navigated unprecedented demand for the PS5 console amid global challenges. If you’re looking to purchase a PS5 console, you should now have a much easier time finding one at retailers globally.
Other updates to the PlayStation ecosystem include a new accessory, the DualSense Edge wireless controller. This official controller was announced in October 2022, with global availability starting this month. It features replaceable stick modules and caps, customisable presets, a USB braided cable with lockable connector housing, adjustable trigger actuation lengths, and mappable back buttons where your fingertips rest.
If you’re still on the hunt for one, our list of official PlayStation 5 local retailers can be found in our pricing and availability article here. Singapore will get the DualSense Edge wireless controllers from end-February 2023 onwards (at S$295 each), while the refreshed PS5 availability covers all retailers across the globe.
If you’re looking for more PS5 titles to pad out your gaming backlog, don’t forget to check out our reviews for some inspiration.
Source: Sony PlayStation (blog)