If you’re having trouble getting your PlayStation 5, there is another way you can get your hands on one of the hottest tech gadgets this holiday season and you have to buy Burger King.
Sony announced a new promotion in partnership with Burger King to give gamers the option to purchase their own PS5.
Get the chance to win a PlayStation 5 when you buy them for $ 5 at a Burger King in the US from October 15 to November 22. Of course, there is a special way to take part in the PS5 / Burger King promotion.
First of all, hungry players have to register in the BK app or on BK.com in order to take part in the BK PS5 promotion. If the guest buys a two for USD 5 in the BK app, on bk.com or in the restaurant or makes a purchase for USD 5, the guest receives a token. Guests can then use the game token to play the digital scratch game on the BK app or on BK.com and win a PS5 console, PlayStation game codes or BK vouchers.
Official rules as well as alternative registration methods, price details, odds and much more can be found on the Burger King website.
To celebrate the new promotion, Burger King released a brand new video letting players know what booting the PS5 will sound like. Check out the official Burger King and PS5 promotional video with the following boot sound.
PS5 pre-orders have been difficult for gamers. Since Sony announced the release date and price on September 16, the crazy hunt for a console has begun. Since the chaotic initial pre-order release, where retailers made it their business to open pre-orders, it’s been a little easier to determine where and when to try your hand at securing a pre-order.
Meanwhile, PS5 accessories like headsets, controllers, and more can be pre-ordered along with next-gen games as is Miles Morales and Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla.
The PS5 standard and digital version will be released on November 12 in the following countries: USA, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand and South Korea. The rest of the world will get it on November 19th.
Are you looking forward to the PS5? Have you had problems or success pre-ordering your next-gen console? Let us know in the comments.