GAME has just released their latest PS5 restock, with a queue going live on the retailer’s website for PlayStation 5 stock hunters hoping to buy Sony’s next-generation console. At 9.45am the queue for the latest PS5 restock went live, with PlayStation 5 fans having to get in line to purchase and choose from over 40 different PS5 options. Standalone PS5 Disc and PS5 Digital Edition consoles were available for purchase, but have now sold out.
But at the time of writing bundles for the PS5 Disc and Digital Edition are still available.
Bundles on offer include PS5 consoles with subscription services such as PS Plus, PS5 consoles with games such as Spider-Man: Miles Morales and PS5 consoles with additional accessories.
If you’re looking to purchase a PS5 from GAME today then this is the link you need to head to.
The @PS5StockAlertUK Twitter had originally claimed that GAME would be getting a PS5 restock on Tuesday February 23.
And in the run-up to the restock the PS5 stock tracker account offered advice for how to secure a PS5 console from the latest GAME restock.
The account tweeted: “Top tips for tomorrow’s GAME drop: Use guest checkout as majority who logged in last time got logged out during the process of securing, losing out on time.
“Ensure Apple Pay (iPhone) or Google Pay (Android/Chrome) is enabled for auto-filling your details.”
The account also today gave an update on the PS5 stock situation at GAME, letting followers know as soon as stock became available and also saying when the standalone consoles were out of stock.
At 9.55am – just 10 minutes after the GAME queue originally opened – the @PS5StockAlertUK Twitter posted: “Stand-alone’s are already OOS. Go for bundles!”
Other retailers are expected to be getting PS5 stock soon as well.
Fellow PS5 stock tracker account @GamerMonkey_ advised PlayStation 5 stock hunters on other stores to keep an eye on.
The account tweeted: “Other places to check for #PS5 Today! Argos. PC World (Currys) Game for 2nd batch”.
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