UPDATE (1/15/21, 12:32 PM EST): Times are tough for those still struggling to get hold of Sony’s next generation PlayStation 5. On January 14, Sony Rewards’ Twitter account announced a limited PS5 recovery for the next day, sparking great excitement among fans who want the ballyhooed console . In accordance with the word, the account issued a link to Sony’s website just before noon, giving those who clicked through access to a small number of consoles, which came with an additional controller.
Not surprisingly, the consoles sold immediately. Surprisingly, the PlayStation 5 consoles could only be purchased by exchanging Sony Rewards points ̵
Weighing in at an impressive sum of 56,998 points and limited to one unit per member, Sony may have expected the consoles to last longer than they did, given the landing page clock still ticking down from 15 hours, despite all the consoles is gone . If nothing else, the resounding demand is proof of a tight supply that is unable to satisfy the huge demand.
? A very limited number of PlayStation 5 consoles are now available https://t.co/mO0yx9lw14?
* Limit 1 per member, as long as stock lasts. pic.twitter.com/n6ToYjOTKY
– Sony Rewards (@SonyRewards) January 15, 2021
ORIGINAL STORY (14.11.21, 22:40): For those who were not lucky enough to get a PlayStation 5 last year, Sony’s Sony Rewards division has now announced the first stock of the next generation console for 2021.
Aside from being this year’s first rebuild, it also serves as the first real refill of the PS5 since the first release that took over the gaming world. Announced on Sony Rewards Twitter account, the post does not reveal anything specific, but it does point out that a post at a later date will reveal will outline stock information. Continues to suggest players to turn on post alerts.
See Sony Rewards’ post regarding the first PlayStation 5 inventory from 2021 below.
* brave microphone *
A limited number of PS5 consoles will be available tomorrow. Stay tuned and we will tell you when they are live on the site. You may want to turn on notification alerts. ? ⚡️ pic.twitter.com/ek25thJ3QN
– Sony Rewards (@SonyRewards) January 14, 2021
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