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Friday, 20 June 2014 07:22

Can’t keep up with PS4 demand in Europe

Written by David Stellmack

Sony continues to scramble to meet demand

Sony apparently continues to have difficulty in meeting the demand for the PlayStation 4 in Europe. The demand for the console in Europe has left the company scrambling to keep up.

The company claims that they are still dealing with the day one market and it still has not satisfied those customer who still want to buy a unit. The company claims that it is closer to finally being in a “full supply situation”, but it isn’t there just yet.

While the company will not say exactly how many units it has sold in Europe, it should be noted that Microsoft seems to be having no supply situation in keeping Xbox One consoles on the shelf in Europe. This of course isn’t a surprise as the PS4 continues to outsell the Xbox One.

David Stellmack

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