Sony is producing way more PlayStation 5 consoles than it was last year with new figures showing a 400% increase in shipments to the United States year over year.

Senior analyst at MST Financial David Gibson shared the stats on Twitter (below), showing a huge spike in the number of units being shipped to the US in September.

Gibson noted that the increase will in part be to prepare for God of War: Ragnarok’s launch on November 9, but the increase in shipments generally bodes well for those looking to buy a PS5 in the US over the holiday period.

Sony’s next generation console, alongside the entire tech industry, has suffered from severe production issues since it was released in 2020, caused by chip shortages and the knock-on effects of Covid-19.

Interestingly, these shortages were estimated last year to take place until September 2022, the exact month where Sony saw its spike in PS5 shipments.

Despite these struggles, Sony had still sold more than 20 million PS5 consoles as of June 2022, and while it missed its original 2021 sales target by 3.3 million units, the company declared that it estimated a further 18 million sales by March 2023.

Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer. He’ll talk about The Witcher all day.

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