Both versions of the PlayStation 5 remain sold out at major U.S. retailers, but there could be good news in sight for gamers trying to buy Sony’s next-gen console.
However, according to the website TechRadar, the restocks are becoming slightly more frequent.
Last week, Amazon released new stock on Tuesday, followed by Sony Direct on Wednesday, while Antonline and Best Buy restocked their shelves on Friday. Although there’s no guarantee the stock drops will continue, gamers have reason to be mildly optimistic.
Amazon PS5 Restock
Following a limited restock earlier this month, the PlayStation 5 is now sold out on Amazon.
Both versions of the console are listed as “currently unavailable” on the website, along with a message stating that the seller does not yet know when or if the PS5 will be back in stock.
To keep track of updates, gamers should follow Twitter accounts such as @Wario64 and @GYXdeals, which often have insights on restocks. Amazon, unlike other retailers, does not usually announce stock drops ahead of time.
Check PS5 restock at Amazon.
Antonline PS5 Restock
The PS5 is sold out at Antonline and there is as yet no indication of when the retailer will have more supplies.
Antonline has previously committed to making a limited number of next-gen consoles available every week and so far it has delivered more or less regularly on that promise.
Gamers should monitor the retailer’s social media channels as Antonline tends to reveal its restocks on Twitter.
Check PS5 restock at Antonline.
Best Buy PS5 Restock
The PlayStation 5 remains unavailable at Best Buy after the latest restock sold out earlier this month.
Best Buy is yet to announce when more units will arrive, but it’s worth checking its website for updates.
Gamers can also keep track of any updates by following @Wario64, @PS5Updates and @GYXdeals on Twitter.
Check PS5 restock at Best Buy.
GameStop PS5 Restock
GameStop released its latest restock earlier this month, which included the PS5 as part of various bundles.
The consoles were quickly snapped up, however, and both versions of the PS5 are now out of stock.
The retailer alerted customers to the restock via its Twitter account so gamers should follow GameStop’s social media channels for the latest news.
Check PS5 restock at GameStop.
Newegg PS5 Restock
Newegg is also out of PS5 and PS5 bundles, but registered members can sign up to be notified when the retailer makes more consoles available.
Check PS5 restock at Newegg.
PS Direct PS5 Restock
Both versions of the PS5 are out of stock at PS Direct, after a restock earlier this month.
As with other retailers, it is worth following dedicated PS5 restock accounts on Twitter and turning on notifications.
Check PS restock at PS Direct.
Target PS5 Restock
Target restocked the PS5 Digital Edition last week, but the consoles swiftly sold out and are no longer available. The same applies to the Standard Edition, which has been out of stock since last month.
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
Walmart made more consoles available at the beginning of February, but these sold out quickly and the PS5 and the PS5 Digital Edition have been unavailable ever since.
The retailer has not yet announced when it will release more consoles.
Check PS5 restock at Walmart.
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