Sony will launch its PlayStation 5 on November 12 in the US at $399.99. At this price, you will get a digital edition of the console which does not have a Blu-ray Disc drive. If you want a disc drive that can be synced to play disc-based PS5 games, 4K Blu-ray movies, and PS4 games, there is a larger version of the console that is available in $499.
Pre-orders are now available, but that doesn’t mean you’ll be able to find them. Stock available at retailers such as Amazon and GameStop went up incredibly fast. It’s been a complete mess.
These are the stores that have more advanced priorities below the line in stock, so no matter how fruitful it may seem, you’ll want to check from time to time to see if there’s a downside. Hopefully, it won’t be long until things calm down. Its 2020, so it’s unlikely to happen.
To be more helpful, we will keep retailers up to date with the news of more stocks coming up.
- Sony PlayStation 5 with a disc drive on Amazon.
- Sony PlayStation 5 digital edition without a disc drive on Amazon.
Please keep in mind that the stock is selling very fast, so by chance, you get a console in your cart, we recommend you place an order. If you want more minute-by-minute updates, when retailers get more pre-order stock, Twitter user Wario64 can be beneficial in providing further updates about Sony PlayStation 5.
Walmart will restock inventory for PS5 and says to check again later. Preorders all gone for now pic.twitter.com/1rKimf4Jqf
— Wario64 (@Wario64) September 18, 2020