Every console gamer around the world will be waiting for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X to land this holiday season. AMD had earned the revenue of $1.79 billion in first-quarter where Ryzen and Radeon products contributed up to 80.4% of it, while the embedded and semi-custom offerings made up the difference. Now both Sony and Microsoft’s upcoming consoles are using AMD SoCs. AMD is providing the next-gen consoles with the best that it can currently offer.AMD is doing whatever it can so that Sony and Microsoft can make it in the deadline. The devices will have AMD’s latest Zen 2-powered CPU with Navi GPU.AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su stated that AMD will ramp up the production to support the holiday launches of the new PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X consoles. It’s easy to think that the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X will be delayed but AMD’s commitment to increase chip production so that Sony and Microsoft should receive sufficient chips for their new devices is a positive step in the right direction.