PS5 UK restock at GAME due today or tomorrow as Amazon sells out

The predicted restock of PS5 consoles at Amazon has already gone but all signs point to GAME having more this week.

With 10,000 consoles making it to their warehouses, Amazon UK had their biggest ever restock of the PlayStation 5 this week and, predictably, it all went in minutes.

Amazon or not that’s what always happens but most major UK retailers were expected to get more stock this week and there’s still a few that haven’t had their turn.

The best hope at the moment seems to be GAME, who according to Twitter stock tipsters still have cancelled or leftover stock to sell, which they’re likely to make available today or tomorrow.

GAME is also believed to have got one of its biggest deliveries this month, of around 8,000 consoles, so there may not be many to go around next month.

Other retailers are an option though, with Very due to get a big delivery this month. Tesco, on the other hand, is expected to get only a relatively small number of new consoles to sell.

Very usually sell stock between 9am and 12pm, so it’s best to keep your eye on their website, and Twitter, during the day tomorrow and into next week.

Smyths has already said that it won’t get stock in until June, although the last time it said something like that it ended up getting them much earlier – so there’s still a chance they could become available this month.

Other smaller stores have also been getting stock in this month, including Box.co.uk, eBuyer, Hughes, Maplin, Scan, and SimplyGames. Although when ShopTo got some it immediately crashed their website, so that still didn’t really help matters.

Update: GAME’s restock dates have changed to 28/05 for release date, which indicates an imminent restock as soon as later on today or tomorrow morning. Unless they extended the delivery dates for the current orders they failed to complete. We’re watching closely.#PS5 #PS5UK pic.twitter.com/F4hCmSrT0P

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