Since its launch, Sony’s PlayStation 5 has been hard to find. The PS5 received a major restocking on Wednesday. However, the little console stock available ran out within seconds. The replenishment on Target saw buyers experience the PS5 within minutes.
Major retailers like Amazon, GameStop, Walmart and Best Buy have all faced shortages as restockings run out within minutes of arriving.
Sony Playstation PS5 console replenishment update
The restocking of the PS5 happened in a flash and what little was available was out of stock within minutes. Prior to the restocking, retailers were on the longest drought for the console since its launch in November 2020. Amazon, GameStop, Walmart, and Best Buy all face the same problem. While GameStop and Best Buy have had a quick restock, Walmart hasn’t had any new inventory for quite some time. Customers cannot add the PS5 to their shopping carts on Amazon at this time and will have to wait for another restocking.
Where to buy the PS5 console?
Currently, customers cannot purchase the PS5 from Amazon, Walmart, or GameStop at this time as it remains out of stock. Once restocked, all major retailers will list the console for sale. Additionally, customers can check the Sony PlayStation website for updates and take action. Customers in India can check major ecommerce websites like Amazon, Flipkart, Croma, Reliance Digital, and Sony Center for any update on PS5 restocking.
PlayStation 5 September update
Sony previously released its second major update for the next-gen console, PS5. This update was released for both the PlayStation 5 Digital Edition and the Standard Edition and focused on enabling some of the features that were not supported by the console software.
Major changes with the September PlayStation 5 update include support for 3D audio speakers on TVs, M.2 SSD storage expansion options, Control Center customization, option interaction for the game base and much more. Sony had also published an official blog post on its website explaining all of the changes to the PlayStation 5.
In a major change, the company updated The Game Library which displays a special label in front of PS5 games. Other changes to the console interface include adding new tags to the home screen. A full video was also posted on the official PlayStation Youtube channel explaining all the changes introduced with the PlayStation update on September 5th.