Earlier today, Sony Interactive Entertainment President and CEO Jim Ryan posted on the official PlayStation blog celebrating the anniversary of the PS5 release date. In the post, he goes over all of the great things that the console has accomplished over its first year, while also detailing what fans can expect from the future.
Included in that news was the fact that there are currently over 25 PS5 games are either currently in development at PlayStation Studios, While he didn’t go into depth about those games, we do at least know a few of them included God of War Ragnarok, Gran Turismo 7, and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic.
Ryan ended the blog post by thanking fans for their support:
You’ve made PS5 the biggest console launch in history, and I truly can’t thank you enough for your support and dedication this past year.
I also want to thank everyone in the community for your patience. We continue to see historic demand for PS5 and we understand the inventory constraints remain a source of frustration for many of our customers. Rest assured that we are laser-focused on doing everything in our power to ship as many units as possible, it’s something we work on every day across the company and remains my top priority. Again, we appreciate your patience as we navigate through these unprecedented global challenges.
There’s plenty of great things to come for PS5 in the future, and I look forward to sharing more of these extraordinary moments with you. Thank you again for being part of the PlayStation community and celebrating this milestone with us.
For more information, you can check out the blog post for yourself here. We’ve also got plenty of other PS5 content to celebrate the console’s one-year anniversary in our related articles section below.
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