We’ve been waiting for more details on the PlayStation 5 page, and we are finally in touch distance. That airs on November 12, and we know it costs $ 400 for the digital version or $ 500 with Blu-ray. Despite being scheduled to launch on September 17, many retailers are already taking pre-orders – but demand is declining on websites. Many are already sold out.
Not all retailers are fully ready to pre-order ̵
In any case, here is a list of the biggest retailers and their pre-order pages. Browse the list below to see where you can pre-order right now.
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You can pre-order at Best Buy right now:
Sign up here for the option to pre-order your PS5. We expect you to be able to pre-order from Sony by Thursday, September 17th.
At Amazon’s PS5 headquarters, you can see eye-candy images of PS5 accessories like the DualSense charging station, Pulse 3D wireless headset and HD camera, along with other details like a partial list of official games. There is no registration link here to be notified of pre-orders.
You can pre-order at Target right now. Update: Well, you can still pre-order a controller:
GameStop seems to have sold already through its pre-ordered inventory. All consoles are displayed as inaccessible.
It looks like Walmart is already sold out from pre-orders. The product page is in place, but the PS5 is marked as sold out.
This article is frequently updated to reflect the availability of pre-orders.
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