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As the PS5’s stock situation improves, Japanese retailers are skipping lotteries



Sony promised that the PS5 would very much It’s easy to find in 2023, and it’s slowly becoming a reality. Sales are improving dramatically in the manufacturer’s native Japan, where for the longest time you had to register your interest with retailers to participate in lotteries. opportunity To buy a system. This practice is now, finally, on the way out, as the platform holder is able to meet demand more easily.

Electronics wear Nojima online has announced that, starting February 1, it will discontinue its lottery system for the PS5 and switch to regular sales. This means, effectively, you’ll be able to order the console directly when it’s available, without any restrictions. That doesn’t mean the system won’t still sell, of course, but it’s a sign that the hardware will be more readily available moving forward, something the PlayStation maker himself has hinted at.

The firm is currently in the process of relaunching its next-gen console, with a massive and sweeping marketing campaign that sees artifacts like Kratos’ Leviathan X from God of War Ragnarok set in real-world locations. has gone It seems it can Finally Meet the demand for its new-gen console, so if you’re in the market for a PS5, there’s never been a better time to try and pick one up.


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