The Japanese company made the announcement as part of its earnings release early Tuesday morning. The company said that while PlayStation 4 hardware production was slightly impacted due to issues in the component supply chain because of the pandemic, production is back to normal.
On top of that, Sony said that the PS5 production faces “constraints” due to employees working from home and restrictions on international travel. But the company said all necessary measures are being taken to launch the console for the 2020 holiday season. Neither Sony nor its rival Microsoft have announced the launch dates for their consoles yet, except to say they will debut in the holidays.