First off, let’s get the bad news out of the way: As of April 17, no major retailers have Sony’sgaming console in stock. If the past five months have taught us anything, this shouldn’t come as a huge surprise. Retailers like Best Buy, Target, Amazon, GameStop, Walmart and even Sony itself can’t keep up with demand for the highly coveted console. Supply issues are being further exacerbated by the and the , so any restocks typically sell out within minutes. In fact, the PS5 was recently named the .
But if you’re still on the hunt for a PS5, there’s some good news. PS5 restocks at retailers have been happening more frequently — for both the Sony’s PlayStation Direct has been holding…with no optical drive and the more expensive . If you’re not already on Twitter keeping an eye out for inventory drops, you should be — they’re happening more and more often. Earlier this week, GameStop had a limited number of PS5 and Xbox bundles available.