PS5 restocks are coming thick and fast this week, as retailers like Amazon open up orders to customers.
To give customers the best possible chance of bagging a PS5, Express Online has launched its latest live blog.
Bookmark this page and keep hitting refresh for all the latest PS5 stock alerts from the likes of Very, Argos, Simply Games, Amazon, Currys, Scan and Tesco.
Multiple PS5 restocks are dropping in the coming days, beginning with a Very stock drop on February 17.
According to the PS5 Stock Alerts, Very stock is expected to drop between 9am GMT and 1.30pm GMT on February 17.
The site is believed to have around 6,000 units for sale, which is great news for customers.
“VERY should drop ANYTIME BETWEEN 9am and 1:30pm tomorrow (last time they dropped at 1:30pm but now they are saying late morning),” reads a PS5 UK Stock Alerts tweet. “It has been confirmed that they will have around 6000 PS5s on the drop!”
Over on the PS5 UK Stock – Instant Updates Twitter, the stock checker suggests that more consoles will be available from other sites throughout the week.
“Very drop tomorrow between 10 and noon,” reads a PS5 UK Stock – Instant Updates tweet.
“Also still expecting drops from Currys, Argos, John Lewis, AO and EE/BT this week. Fastest sound notifications from my live stream.”
If you want to give yourself the upper hand when it comes to buying a PS5, hit play on the YouTube embed below.
The video stream will play a loud noise the moment the PS5 is back in stock online.
Some retailers allow customers to register their interest in the PS5, which should result in alerts when the consoles become available.
Express Online will also provide regular stock updates in this very article, so keep checking back if you want to bag a new console.
Unfortunately, scalpers and bots have made buying a PlayStation 5 console difficult.
In addition to bots and scalpers, another reason why the console is so hard to come by is a lack of components.
Sony CFO Hiroki Totoki recently said that the manufacturing of PS5 consoles has taken a hit in the last few months. This is due to a lack of semiconductors and other components.
“It is difficult for us to increase production of the PS5 amid the shortage of semiconductors and other components,” Sony CFO Hiroki Totoki explained.
“We have not been able to fully meet the high level of demand from customers [but] we continue to do everything in our power to ship as many units as possible to customers who are waiting for a PS5.”
Fingers crossed Sony rectifies the problem sooner rather than later, especially with some of the games expected to drop later in 2021.
Published at Wed, 17 Feb 2021 00:01:00 +0000