Japanese retailers report Sony plans to discontinue multiple PS4 models • .net

“The following products will not be restocked because the manufacturer has discontinued production.”

Sony has reportedly told Japanese retailers that it will discontinue many older PlayStation 4 models, including the PS4 Pro 1TB Glacier White and PS4 2TB Jet Black.

As Cheesemeister reported on Twitter (Thanks, VGC), Japanese retailers can’t replenish PS4 500GB Glacier White, PS4 1TB Jet Black, PS4 1TB Glacier White, PS4 2TB Jet Black, and PS4 Pro 1TB Glacier. Notified the consumer that white “for discontinued production”.

It hasn’t been officially confirmed by Sony yet, but it matches the recent message on that it has no plans to replenish. [PS4 Pros] However, the statement was subsequently deleted.

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For those who are still desperately looking for a PS5, many UK retailers have confirmed that they will not receive any more PS5 inventories until early 2021.

In the days leading up to Christmas, Argos updated the PS5 store page with a simple message: “Sorry, PlayStation 5 is currently unavailable. It will be out of stock for the rest of 2020.” The same was true for Smyths Toys and Asda.

Finding a PS5 inventory was an almighty nightmare for most people, from pre-order to release date. Retailers’ websites collapsed on demand, and bots and scalpers wiped out quotas in seconds. Some have even stolen consoles, missing deliveries, or even replaced consoles with bricks. These difficulties are expected to continue for some time, as demand does not appear to be slowing.

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