So after all the hype and excitement from Sony’s announcement earlier, the next question now (if you plan to get the PlayStation 5) is how and where to pre-order it. So far PS5 pre-orders have sold out extremely fast.
Whether you’re going after the Digital Edition at $399,99 or the $499.99 Standard PlayStation 5, you can place your orders through different retailers. Amazon, GameStop, Walmart, Best Buy, and Target have already started taking pre-orders pretty much after the pre-order announcement came to its end. We recommend that you keep on checking back at all of these sites since although the first batch of pre-orders has ended, there seems to be reports of orders still pushing through.
For certain countries like Japan, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, the US, and Canada, the earliest you can get your PS5 is on November 12th — and that’s assuming you were able to pre-order right away. As for the rest of the world, you expect it on November 19th.
Now, if you’re worried about the PS5 running out of stocks, there have been reports that Sony is boosting the console’s production by 50% so that’s a good thing. But still, it will likely be a hot holiday item so don’t expect to see a lot of PS5 stock up for grabs without paying a little extra for them.