Following Sony’s announcement of its financial results for the past quarter, analyst Hideki Yasuda from prominent Osaka-based firm Ace Research Institute posted his analysis about the performance of PS5.
Yasuda-san’s name is rather well-known in Japan due to his analysis and predictions focused on the gaming market.
According to him, both PS5 and PS4 should ship 6 million units during the next fiscal year, which will end on March 31, 2021.
Yasuda-san also mentions that supply and demand of components by DRAM is expected to be tight, but he doesn’t think that it’ll be a big problem.
However, since the slowdown of PS4 sales has become evident, expectations for the PS5’s launch are going to increase.
Of course, since the analysis was posted at the beginning of the Coronavirus outbreak, it remains to be seen if it’ll have any effect on parts supply.
We should also keep in mind that this is an analysis by an industry professional based on his experience, so it should…
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