Is there a drop in the PS5 stock this week? Restocking of the PlayStation 5 has been reported by Amazon and GAME.
Although PS5 stock was expected to arrive this week, the newest information shows that there may be a delay in the arrival of the new consoles in the UK.
The next PS5 resupply in the UK was supposed to happen this week, but supply concerns have caused further delays.
According to an earlier report from the PS5 Stock UK Twitter account, which is a trustworthy tracker account, Amazon UK and John Lewis may be preparing to release their newest shipment on September 1.
A new update has been posted since then, indicating that there may be delays in September.
“John Lewis expects to receive a shipment of PlayStation 5 consoles around the 20th of September, indicating a probable replenishment towards the end of September or early October,” according to the most recent post from the reliable account.
“We can see a clear pattern of shipment issues across the sector with all retailers, which is generating the delays we’re witnessing across the board.
“We don’t have anything concrete on the reason yet, but if/when we do, we’ll let you know.”
“We expect demand to surge dramatically after September owing to students returning to school and employees returning to work (those who have been on vacation),” he said earlier.
So, while a new PS5 stock drop in the UK could happen this week, the chances are slim.
As a result, players may have to wait longer than expected for the thousands of consoles scheduled in September.
Technically, a PS5 resupply at Amazon UK, Smyths, Scan, and AO before the end of the week on September 3 is still possible.
If anything does drop, players should expect it to happen in the morning, between 8 a.m. and 12 p.m. BST.
Another retailer linked to a PS5 resupply this month is GAME, but no further information is expected until September 9.
There’s a high chance GAME will release more consoles this month, but until we discover more, the present date will remain a guess.
The demand for next-generation consoles remains high, with Microsoft and Sony battling to keep up with demand around the world.
The current situation is not projected to improve in 2021, and normal service may not be restored until 2022.
Sony has stated that 10 million copies have been sold worldwide, with the milestone being reached on July 18.
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