PlayStation 5 consoles continue to be hard to find for gamers, who have been scrambling around looking for Sony’s next-gen console for several months now.
Since they were launched in November, both the PS5 and the PS5 Digital Edition have proved enormously popular and demand has significantly outstripped supply.
To complicate matters, a supply shortage of components has made increasing production difficult for Sony, leaving retailers unable to restock their shelves as regularly as hoped.
Amazon PS5 Restock
The PlayStation 5 is sold out on Amazon after being available in limited numbers from selected sellers last week.
Both versions of the console are listed as “currently unavailable” on the Amazon website, along with a message stating the seller does not yet know when or if the PS5 will be back in stock.
According to several Reddit threads, Amazon briefly released a new restock on Tuesday, which sold out immediately. At the time of writing, however, Newsweek has been unable to verify the veracity of the statement.
Check PS5 restock at Amazon.
Antonline PS5 Restock
The PS5 is sold out at Antonline. However, the retailer has so far lived up to its commitment to make a limited number of next-gen consoles available every week.
Antonline announces its restocks on Twitter, so gamers should be sure to follow the retailer on social media to keep updated with the latest stock drops.
Check PS5 restock at Antonline.
Best Buy PS5 Restock
Best Buy had very limited PS5 availability earlier this month, but both versions of the console are now sold out.
The retailer has yet to announce when more units will arrive, but it’s worth checking its website regularly for updates. As with other retailers, gamers can keep track of any updates by following Twitter accounts such as @Wario64, @PS5Updates and @GYXdeals, which often have updates on restocks.
Check PS5 restock at Best Buy.
GameStop PS5 Restock
GameStop made a limited amount of PS5 available last week, but the restock quickly sold out.
The retailer alerted customers to the restock via its Twitter account and gamers should follow GameStop’s social media channels for updates on further stock drops.
Unlike Antonline, however, it is worth noting GameStop hasn’t committed to a regular timeline of restocks.
Check PS5 restock at GameStop.
Newegg PS5 Restock
Like other major retailers, Newegg is out of PS5 and PS5 bundles, but registered Newegg members can sign up to be notified when the retailer makes more consoles available.
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PS Direct PS5 Restock
PlayStation Direct opened its queue late last week, but the consoles quickly sold out and both version of the PS5 remain unavailable.
As with other retailers, it is worth following dedicated PS5 restock accounts on Twitter such as @Wario64, @GYXdeals and @PS5Updates and turn on notifications to be alerted when the queue opens again.
Check PS restock at PS Direct.
Target PS5 Restock
Following a limited restock earlier this month, Target is again sold out of PS5s.
Before the consoles ran out, they were only available online, with drive-up or pick-up collection once the order had been placed. There was also a limit of one console per customer. Both conditions are likely to remain in place for future restocks.
Check PS5 restock at Target.
Walmart PS5 Restock
The retailer has not yet announced when it will release more consoles.
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PopFindr PS5 and BrickSeek PS5 Inventory Checkers
Inventory checkers such as PopFindr and BrickSeek allow shoppers to see which Walmart, Target, Best Buy and GameStop stores have PS5s in stock.
Some stores, however, have begun blocking these websites.
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