GameStop has surprised PlayStation players with a late-night PS5 restock. At the moment of writing this, consoles are still available, but by the time you're reading this, the status of the stock -- which includes both bundles and non-bundles -- may have changed. If this is the case, be sure to keep refreshing the page over the next hour. Many retailers have been releasing stock in waves, so even if you miss out at first, you may be able to cop an order on a follow-up wave.
As for the stock itself, it features both the standard console for $500 and the all-digital version of the console, which doesn't come with a disc drive, and as a result, is $100 cheaper, or, in other words, $400. Meanwhile, the various bundles also include both versions of the console.
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As for further PS5 restocks, right now, none have been announced, but so far this year surprise drops have been far more common than announcing drops ahead of time. In other words, while GameStop and others haven't announced any additional stock drops for this week, it doesn't mean they aren't coming. That said, keep tabs on on the following links:
If you're in the market for an Xbox Series X, you're currently out of luck. While the console went up on sale a few hours ago, courtesy of the Microsoft Store, zero Xbox Series X stock has been released alongside this new PS5 stock.
As always, feel free to leave a comment or two letting us know what your luck with the restock was. Meanwhile, for more coverage on all things PS5 -- including all of the latest news, rumors, leaks, deals, guides, reviews, previews, interviews, and stock updates -- click here or check out the relevant links below:
- Sony Gives PlayStation Fans Hope About PS5 Stock Situation
- New PlayStation Plus Update Is Great News for PS4 and PS5 Players
- PlayStation Announces New State of Play Focused on Both PS4 and PS5 Games
- Gran Turismo 7 Delayed
- PlayStation Announces New PS5 VR Headset
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