They have a ton of studios and zero announced games outside of Spiderman and Wolverine. They must have something major for second half.
I guess that comes down to what you consider major.
Spider-Man 2 is a 2nd half game. I doubt we're going to see a major release that has been unannounced entirely release in 2H 23. You might see The Last of Us Multiplayer, but honestly, I can't imagine that game coming out this year anymore.
Can't imagine a Sony major release within 3 months of Spider-Man on either and by those early projections they expect summer to be a dry period, probably after FF16 dries up and they announce the new model, which I'm guessing we'll see in May/June.
You can pretty readily go to retail and find PS5s now, but not as much the digital version, which suggests they just aren't producing them in meaningful numbers. It'll be interesting how they price the new PS5 and how aggressive they will be in driving unit sales vs revenue. I think people assume the new model which will essentially replace both the digital and standard would be 400 dollars.. but it doesn't have to be