According to a financial analyst, shipments of PS5 consoles to the United States in September had risen by 400 percent year over year.
According to David Gibson, an analyst at MST Financial, he shared a graph on Twitter showing the imports to the United States per month from June 2021 onwards, with a significant rise during the month.
Gibson added that his concerns about the launch of God of War Ragnarok, which makes a lot of sense. Ragnarok is the next first-party title for PlayStation, and Sony will undoubtedly benefit from its release to increase PS5.
The holiday season is coming up, which is expected to see a surge in demand. Despite being successful at launch, the PS5 was constantly unable to meet demand, but with these new figures, the supply chain concerns which have disrupted the console''s production are dwindling.
a "relief of supply chain constraints" that have caused the PS5 to stock shortages is expected early next year, which will enable Sony to expand the inventory of PS5s and VR2 headsets, according to reports from last week.
Gibson''s numbers are based on the United States, but it''s possible that other countries may do the same. As always, you may use our page on PS5 stock to keep an eye on the next drop.
Despite a lot of reports of improved PS5 supply in the past few months, there have been no reports until now. Import data into the United States found that Sony Interactive (PlayStation) shipments in September were +400% YoY. Yes, you read the whole conclusion. Some of that will go into inventory for GoW launch for sure. #PS5 pic.twitter.com/SvC6xTPQxs