It’s weird to imagine that the PS5 is still experiencing supply challenges five months after its second anniversary.
Over the last year or two, there have been multiple restocks, most of which have occurred along. In most cases, these are also designated for memberships. PS5 restocks have been seen at GameStop, Best Buy, Walmart, and other retailers, although in-store restocks remain uncommon. Those looking to grab one in person can go to their local GameStop tomorrow, May 28. GameStop has announced that starting tomorrow, May 28, all physical shops in the contiguous United States will be offering PS5 bundles.
PS5 Will Now Be Widely Available
Because there is no time limit on this offer, individuals looking to buy a Play Station 5 should arrive early and try to nab one before it closes. These discounts are only available while supplies last, and customers must be PowerUp Rewards Pro members to purchase one. However, GameStop has refused to clarify one crucial detail: the nature of the packages and what they’ll cost.
While a Horizon Forbidden West PS5 package was just revealed by Sony, they are likely to be more regular bundles that include new controllers, a game, and/or PS Plus subscriptions. Unfortunately, this makes estimating the price of these PS5 packages difficult. The Play Station 5 Digital (which is expected to be limited) costs $399, while the conventional Play Station 5 costs $499. It’s a good idea to budget $100-300 more than that, depending on what’s included in the package.
Meanwhile, in the following weeks, new Play Station 5 users will also have a lot to look forward to. On June 2, there will be a State of Play concentrating on third-party and PS VR2 titles, both of which are expected to include some PS5-related games. There’s even a potential that Final Fantasy 16 may be present at this year’s State of Play. PS Plus Premium, on the other hand, will be available on June 13th.