It’s practically unattainable since its release. But Sony has announced that the wait is over and the PlayStation 5 is back in stores. So no more endless waiting lists
Since its presentation in 2020, owning a PlayStation 5 had become the privilege of a few. Thanks to unprecedented demand for the new console, a pandemic and the shortage of semiconductor chips, Sony has delayed production. Now the problem seems solved. Also because PlayStation Vr2 arrives at the end of this month, the new virtual reality viewer that cannot do without a console.
A large console
And to celebrate the event and celebrate with the community, Sony has decided to plant a 5-meter high reproduction of the PlayStation 5 console in the heart of Rome, in Largo dei Lombardi. The realization required 30 days of work and a team of 25 people. The impressive console is made with green materials that have no impact.
Source: TG 24 Sky
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