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08-26-2013, 02:26 PM #1
Sony discusses potential PlayStation 4 manufacturing shortage issues
At Fan Expo Canada on Friday in Toronto, I had the opportunity to speak with SCE Canada’s Director of Public Relations and Marketing, Matt Levitan. While many of his answers to my questions were typical of a big corporate giant’s marketing representative, it was interesting to hear Sony feels they probably won’t experience manufacturing shortages with the PlayStation 4.
Sony continues to show they’ve learned from the mistakes they made with the PlayStation 3.
Some gamers might remember that the PlayStation 3′s launch was a disaster in terms of meeting the public’s demand for the console. After its initial shipment sold out, it was very difficult to get your hands on a PlayStation 3. Many people were selling the console for ridiculous prices ranging between $600 and $1000 on reselling websites like Kijiji and Craigslist.
Levitan feels that, with the PlayStation 4, this probably won’t be an issue at all for the console manufacturer. While he didn’t go into specific numbers, there will apparently be many more PlayStation 4s available at launch than there were PlayStation 3s.
Read more: http://o.canada.com/2013/08/26/sony-...ortage-issues/
This exactly why I'm gonna wait to a get a PS4, so they fix any bugs they come across.
08-26-2013, 02:31 PM #2
You probably don't want to get one at launch if they are trying to rush to make a large enough supply for the demand.
Rushing = errors