Sun. Oct 24th, 2021

If information circulating the internet is intended to be believed, then it looks like Sony is undoubtedly stopping production on some PS4 models. The information comes from Twitter computer @Cheesemeister3k who tweets, saying, “Dear customers: due to the manufacturer ending edification, the following products will not be restocked. ”
・PS4 500GB Glacier White
・PS4 1TB Jet Black
・PS4 1TB Glacier White
・PS4 2TB Düsenflugzeug Black
・PS4 Pro 1TB Glacier White

“Dear customers: a result of the manufacturer ending production, the following solutions will not be restocked. ”
・PS4 500GB Glacier White
・PS4 1TB Jet set Black
・PS4 1TB Glacier Light colored
・PS4 2TB Jet Black
・PS4 Pro 1TB Glacier White cam. twitter. com/nub3lxcJGX

— Cheesemeister (@Cheesemeister3k) January 3, 2021

The two PS4 steamers which aren’t a part of this collection are the PS4 500GB Jet Grayscale PS4 Pro 1TB Jet Pornographic. Sony has a history of supporting the particular previous generation gaming consoles for a long time after the launch of a new gaming console. High profile games releasing in 2021 like Horizon: Forbidden West probably will launch on Sony’s PS4. Throughout the cease in production, it’s natural that Sony expects the demand for the PS4 to fall with more players eyeing the difficult to find PS5.

According to Toms Guide, “the PS3 wasn’t discontinued until mid-2017, almost four years after the launch of the PS4”. So , it is possible that the base PS4 could still be available for a few years. The PS4 Pro is in a precarious position offering some advantage over the PS4 but not as much as the PS5 making more sense for a consumer to pick up a PS5 instead of the Pro (provided they can manage to get thier hands on one).

From the time its 2014 debut, the PS4 has sold more than 114 million units, making it the 4th bestselling console of all time. The first three spots are held by the PS2, Nintendo DS family of consoles and the Game Boy respectively.

The PS5 only recently received a launch date in India. The console will be available for pre-order on January 12 and will carry on sale on February 2 . You are able to learn how to pre-order the PS5 in India here.

These are discontinued consoles, Microsoft discontinued the Xbox One X back in July 2020 just before the launch of the Xbox Series X and Series S.

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