After several months of waiting, PlayStation 5 has finally reached its pre-sale stage. There were many who joined this early stage to purchase the console, with both versions sold out in the main national stores.
If you were one of those who already booked your PlayStation 5, today we have some bad news for you. According to some reports from abroad, buyers are being notified that they will not receive their new console until 2021.
In Portugal, we are not yet aware of similar reports, so it is premature to conclude that the same will happen here. However, this is a possibility that should not be ruled out.
Sony may not have enough copies to meet demand for PS5
In Ireland, the GameStop store is notifying its customers that it may not be able to satisfy the demand for PS5 before 2021. Something that is due to causes beyond the control of the store, which indicates that the problem may be even on the side of the store. Sony.
This news, unfortunately, is not a surprise. Several other stores have also notified their customers about the possibility that they will not be able to meet demand for PlayStation 5. As a result, it seems increasingly likely that many people will have to wait longer than expected to be able to enjoy their new console.
PlayStation 5 hits stores nationwide on November 19
Sony has announced that its new consoles will arrive in Europe on November 19. It would be on this day that those who have already reserved their copy of the PS5 or PS5 Digital Edition should receive their unit.
As for prices, the PlayStation 5 will cost € 499, while the respective digital edition will cost € 399. If you were one of those who failed to book your unit, it might be better to wait for it to arrive in stores and try to grab a unit with your bare hands.
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