According to the latest data, PlayStation 5 users are buying more games and playing more games than PlayStation 4 players.
It’s been almost six months since the release of Sony’s next-generation gaming console, the PlayStation 5. The biggest complaint of the players so far is that there are no games to play on the console. However, when we look at the data, players buy and play more games than in the PlayStation 4 era.
As you know, every time a new generation is introduced, there is a shortage of games for the first few months. There are many reasons for this. The players also complain that there are no games at the moment. However, the data shows that PlayStation 5 players are buying more games and playing more games than during the same period of PlayStation 4.
Likewise, in the early days of PlayStation 4, it was very difficult to find games. However, there are two very clear reasons why more games are being played at the moment. The first is that people are home because of the epidemic. The second is that the PlayStation 5 has backward compatibility, unlike the PlayStation 4. In short, although the new game is not much, players can play old games backward.
Data released by Wired showed that PlayStation 5 players’ playtime increased by 81 percent. So far, Sony seems to be spending this generation busier on the PlayStation. We hope this busy period begins soon.