Customers have been eagerly waiting for PS5 stock to drop for months, but the wait may finally be over.
After months of low stock, PS5 consoles are finally returning to retailers, but they are still being sold out within minutes.
The demand for Sony’s next-generation console still hasn’t let up with consoles selling out minutes after they appear online.
After consoles were quickly bought by customers, many have been frustrated after PS5s have been resold on eBay for more than £800.
Next-generation console stock has been low since its launch in November 2020.
Sony has been struggling to keep up with demand because there is a shortage of crucial components such as semiconductors.
GAME customers have been told to prepare for a huge restock of PS5s on Tuesday, February 23.
According to PS5 tracker accounts, an estimated 15,000 consoles with be restocked on GAME.co.uk.
Curry's was also named as a potential retailer for restocking this week after being told by an employee.
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Smyths also had a ‘surprise’ restock last week and have changed their pre-order date to March 2021.
Customers have also been following Argos for another PS5 drop following their last restock being sold out in seconds.
Customers have been keeping a close eye on retailers' websites for PS5 drops.
All retailers with rumoured restock are Very, GAME, Currys, Argos, and Amazon.
Estimates suggest there will be a short supply of consoles over the next few months, but stocks are expected to return in March.
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