Even though we are well over a year into the life of Sony’s powerful “new” hardware, PlayStation 5, the console is still hard to come by. ongoing COVID-19 pandemic – has left many customers without shiny white boxes as the gaming industry rolls into 2022.
As such, it is reported that Sony Interactive Entertainment plans to extend the life of its eighth-generation hardware, PlayStation 4. According to sources at Bloomberg, SIE is on its way back to its originally planned plan to bring PS4 production to a halt at the beginning of 2022, and will now continue to produce its powerful black box, with an estimated one million brand new PS4 consoles that will roll out from the manufacturer during 2022.
Of course, this is not a completely shocking perspective. After all, Sony produced PS3 hardware for years into the life cycle of the PS4. But given that SIE was pretty confident that it could start pumping the brakes on PS4 production in 2021, the possibility that it will actually accelerate production into this new year will certainly appear to be something of a “nut backup plan “.
It should also be noted that keeping a stable production line running – even though it produces latest generation hardware – keeps Sony in the good books for its employees, shareholders and production partners. The PS4 still has life left in it, thanks to its expansive back catalog with fantastic releases and the upcoming arrival of brand new titles such as. Horizon forbidden west and God of War: Ragnarok games that many predicted would be exclusive to PS5.
PlayStation 4 has certainly proven to be a real trooper on the PlayStation timeline. Originally released in the fall of 2013, the PS4 – to date – has had an almost unprecedented eight-year lifespan, delivering the best of 120 million units, while attracting millions of new subscribers to PlayStation Plus. service. Having said all that, it would not be surprising if the PS4 ultimately turns out to be PlayStation’s most lucrative and successful hardware ever.
Senior Editor – Chris has been playing video games since the 1980s. Former Saturday Night Slam Master. Graduated from Galaxy High with honors.
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