Sony is preparing to add to its recent environmental innovations regarding the PlayStation 5. You can find the details in our news.
Sony, one of the tech giants best known for its PlayStation consoles, is preparing an innovation to take an eco-friendly approach.
As you know, video games have both digital versions and physical versions. Although digital versions are most preferred today, there are still many gamers who get physical versions. However, these boxes are very harmful to nature due to their high plastic content. Sony is preparing to switch to a new application to change this situation.
Later this year, Sony will test the use of “polypropylene recycled from post-industrial waste” in the packaging versions of PlayStation games, according to Kieren Mayers, PlayStation’s director of environment and Technical Compliance. The aim is to significantly reduce the use of plastics in this way. The test will only take place in Europe for this year.
Kieren Mayers said that they know there is still a lot of work to be done and they will take more steps in the future. Sony’s goal is to completely remove plastic from small products by 2025.