The console was first released in the UK on November 19 (Image: ABACA/PA Images)
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If you’re eager to get your hands on a Playstation 5 then you’ll know how hard it is to find a retailer that has the new consoles in stock.
Sony released two versions of the PS5 in the UK and Europe on November 19th, but it unsurprisingly sold out in record time.
Today (January 20), thousands of gamers queuing to get on Curry's website as the retail giant put the Playstation 5 consoles back on sale.
The huge demand caused technical issues and large queues with as many as 150,000 people waiting to get access to the site. Currys is now completely sold out of the PS5s.
The console also crashed the websites of GAME, Tesco and John Lewis when it first launched in November.
The PS5 is expected to go on sale once again
(Image: via REUTERS)
PS5: Thousands queue to get onto Currys website as PlayStation 5 consoles are restocked
The full PS5 is priced at £449, while a Digital Edition without a disc tray will set you back £359.
According to PS5 UK Stock – Instant Updates on Twitter, shoppers can expect a huge PS5 restock at the likes of Very and Amazon tomorrow. Here's a list of the retailers we're hoping will restock the consoles:
- Currys – more stock coming soon
- Amazon – more stock coming soon
- John Lewis – more stock coming soon
- Game – more stock coming soon
- Asda – more stock coming soon
- Very – more stock coming soon
- Argos – more stock coming soon
- AO.com – more stock coming soon
Have you been trying to snap up a new Xbox Series X since before Christmas? Well you're in luck, as one online retailer is offering a ballot system where you’ll be chosen and able to buy from your email address.