AMD announces shortage until summer 2022 for PS5 and Xbox Series


AMD announces shortage until summer 2022 for PS5 and Xbox Series

We no longer count the number of manufacturers who display pessimistic forecasts for the end of component failure. During the summer, the boss from Intel predicted the end of 2022 or even later, and the manufacturers Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo or Nvidia all seemed to agree on a recovery that will not be the fastest.

Recently, Toshiba even now estimated 2023 as the envisaged date for a normal return to the market, including for consoles like the PS5 which is still wholesale out of stock (you can in the meantime follow our comparison to find stock).

The manufacturer AMDat the origin of PS5 and Xbox Series Graphics and CPU Cards in particular, now announces a return of stock for the second half of 2022according to its CEO, Lisa Su:

I expect that from June-September 2022 it may be possible to go to a video game store or a department store to buy a Playstation 5 or an Xbox Series X without it being mission impossible.

An announcement to be taken with a grain of salt, the manufacturers (like Nvidia too) all hoping to be able to produce their hardware as soon as possible, but without having a crystal ball. This same Lisa Su had also previously announced a return to normal for last summer…

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Keith Ramirez

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