Since then we’ve been waiting for more details about the PlayStation 5and we’re finally within reach. The ships on November 12th and we know it will cost $ 400 for the digital-only version or $ 500 for Blu-ray. Despite slated to launch on September 17th, many retailers are already taking pre-orders – but demand is plummeting. Many are already sold out.
Not all retailers are ready to pre-order. Some currently allow you to register for pre-order and will notify you when pre-order begins. It̵
Either way, here is a list of major retailers and their pre-order sites. Browse the list to see where to pre-order now.
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You can now pre-order at Best Buy:
Register here to pre-order your PS5. We assume that you can pre-order from Sony until Thursday, September 17th.
At Amazon HQ for the PS5, you can see pictures of PS5 accessories like the DualSense charging dock, Pulse 3D wireless headset, and HD camera, plus other details like an incomplete list of official games. There is no registration link here to inform you about pre-orders.
You can now pre-order from Target. Update: Well, you can still pre-order a controller:
GameStop appears to have already been sold through its pre-order inventory. All consoles are shown as unavailable.
It looks like Walmart has run out of pre-orders already. The product page is there, but the PS5 is marked out of stock.
This article will be updated regularly to reflect the availability of pre-orders.
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