Sony’s PlayStation 5 console, which is difficult to find, can return to store shelves today.
According to the Spiel Times, a number of Target employees have said that the PS5 will be in stock again at Target sometime between Sunday the 27th and Tuesday the 29th. It seems likely that this will not happen today, since refilling at the retailer usually takes place early on morning.
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This will vary depending on the location, and all devices will only be available online for purchase for delivery or pickup at the store. You won’t find a PS5 on store shelves for quite some time, thanks to both the scarcity and the COVID-19 pandemic.
To check if a target store near you has any PS5 devices available, check this link for the disk-based edition, and this link for the all-digital edition.
You will be logged in to your target account with a payment method stored and ready for use. If recovery takes place during the wee hours of the morning, you will get up early in case you need it.
Note: This is not a guarantee. This news has not been officially confirmed by either Sony or Target. There is a chance and a chance just to get a PS5.
But remember: Unless you are looking to play Demon’s Souls, There’s really no convincing reason to buy a PS5 right now (or an Xbox Series X).
The fact is that there are just not that many next generation exclusives out there to play. Almost everything, included Spider-Man: Miles Morales, can still be played on latest generation consoles. That will change in 2021, but we suspect it will be much easier to find these consoles in the new year (not right away, of course).
Still, good luck to you. And no matter what you do, please do not buy priced systems from scalpers on eBay or other retailer sites. PS5 is a nice console. It’s worth MSRP and not a penny more.