Until recently, we talked about the fact that PS5 does not bring profit to its creators - and now, in June, the situation may change. This became known during the presentation of Sony to investors - as well as other interesting facts.
When it comes to PS5 profitability, this is not what we could expect so soon. More recently, the industry has been discussing a lack of components to make next-generation consoles, but it looks like Sony isn't going to stop. It is important that the issue of profitability only concerns the original PS5, not the PS5 Digital Edition. However, as mentioned above, the profitability of the console is not the only thing that was announced at the presentation.
The super-successful Uncharted 4: The Thief's End, which was released back in 2016, will be ported to the PC. Recall that at one time the game received rave reviews from gamers, as well as the award for the best console game at the E3. Undoubtedly, such an improvement will pay additional dividends for Sony. The company has already announced plans to port its exclusives to PC, so this step seems quite logical.
In addition, the development of a new part of God of War was shown and, it is noteworthy that in the presentation the game was titled as God of War: Ragnarok. It is not known if this is really the official name of the game, since one of the developers of the previous part in his Twitter reacted to Ragnarok with a picture with a facepalm. The developers may have taken a fan-made picture of God of War with the Ragnarok caption, however, it seems Sony has confirmed that this is the official name.
The presentation also announced that Sony plans to expand its market to European countries.