You’ll be able to buy the PS5 from GameStop in the next few hours, according to the US retailer, which gives all the quick heads before the PS5 recovers on Thursday.
We first heard about this update to the GameStop PS5 through the store’s official Twitter account. GameStop tempts fate and perfects the capabilities of trade seekers, who click into online queues since the launch of the console on November 12.
Although GameStop announced the recovery in advance, he noted that stocks will be available in the console bundles – so it is unclear whether they will also sell the systems themselves. Fortunately, it̵
Here’s where to check for PS5 recovery:
“Attention” – Limited number of PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X console consoles The S and AND Nintendo Switch will be available tomorrow at https://t.co/CYyCoH1dWE. We’ll let you know when they’re live, but you may want to include post notifications so you don’t miss out! pic.twitter.com/tC3dUBDbKl January 20, 2021
Unfortunately, GameStop did not specify when the PS5 will be restored, but we would assume in the afternoon, given the previous console crashes. But keep checking to make sure GameStop has no other surprise notification.
PS5 Recovery: Why It’s Better Now Than Ever
If you’re reading this, you may have been trying to buy a PS5 since November and you’re not alone: many users have tried to jump online queue after queue to no avail, as the consoles sell out before they get a chance to buy one. . It’s not you, it’s the low supply and huge demand for a new generation of consoles after seven years of PS4 and Xbox One.
Even if you don’t end up getting a unit with this refund, we can guarantee that more will come – probably within a week. Retailers have continued their efforts to get more stocks on a regular basis, although as with all recoveries we’ve seen, they usually come with a little warning. Then this GameStop tweet is a nice change of pace that gives us all time to prepare.
And best of all, waiting so long means waiting shorter for all the new PS5 games to be released in 2021.