Early in 2023, the PSVR2 will be released, and the PS5 supply chain will be much enhanced, according to Sony.

When the virtual reality headset launches early next year, the anticipated manufacturing amount may be altered depending on how the device sells. The PSVR2 headset’s mass production started back in September, and there haven’t been any supply chain concerns since then.

The PSVR2 is expected to be much more successful, according to Sony’s roadmap, than the PS4 version of the company’s first virtual reality headset, which took eight months to sell one million copies while the Meta Quest 2 sold 2.8 million in its first quarter of availability.

Since the debut of the PS5 in 2020, Sony has also recognized a supply problem. The debut of the PSVR2 in early 2023, according to the firm, will coincide with the anticipated alleviation of supply chain constraints for the PS5, which implies that towards the end of 2022, the public may anticipate a higher availability of PS5 hardware.

Since customers will require a PS5 system to operate the PSVR2, this will provide Sony with enough hardware for both consoles and headsets to launch a significant marketing campaign.

On Monday, the company’s shares in Tokyo rose by 2.4 percent, marking the stock’s largest increase in six weeks.