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PS5 UK stock update – GAME ‘to drop 15,000 consoles in MAJOR restock’, plus latest on Playstation at Argos, Amazon, Very

ByDNP

Feb 22, 2021

WANNABE PS5 owners may not have to wait much longer for their device if new rumours about GAME are to be believed.

The gaming giant is said to have as many as 15,000 new consoles ready to drop in the coming weeks – which would be one of the most significant restocks since the device first went on sale.

Game’s official website says its updating its PlayStation 5 bundles to include a new release date with Gamingintel.com predicting suggesting March 8 is the date to watch.

John Lewis dropped PS5 stock recently, but it did not take long for the major retailer to sell out.

And Argos says it is “working hard” to restock PS5s – after launching an investigation after multiple orders were cancelled.

Since its launch last November, millions of gamers around the world have struggled to bag a PlayStation 5.

Follow our PS5 live blog below for the very latest news, updates and stock drop rumours…

  • ‘GOLDEN ROCK’

    “The case of this exclusive gadget is made in the original jewellery technique, which adds volume and texture to the model,” Caviar says.

    “The inspiration for the designers was the unique geometry of the gold ore and the graceful, beautiful outlines of the rock.

    “That is why the console was named Golden Rock.”

  • PS5 EXCLUSIVE GAMES OUT THIS MONTH

    • Destruction AllStars – February 2
    • Nioh Remastered – The Complete Edition – February 5
    • The Nioh Collection – February 5
  • LIMITED EDITION

    Caviar claims the golden PS5 will be assembled from eight sheets that cover the exterior, cast in 18-carat gold.

    Apparently, the 4.5 kilos of added bling doubles the weight of the customised machine.

    The extravagant gadget is limited edition, and only nine will be produced, according to Caviar’s website.

  • GAMER’S TREASURE

    A gold-plated PlayStation 5 has gone on sale online slapped with a gargantuan price tag and coupled with crocodile skin controllers.

    Luxury Russian retailer Caviar is selling the bougie machine for $500,000 (£359,000) – meaning it should at least be safe from pesky scalpers.

    According to the store’s listing, the dazzling device is a “mixture of rationality and brightness, pure fine lines, and deliberate luxury”.

    It adds: “Caviar jewellers could not pass by such a luxurious and very difficult to manufacture golden version of the PlayStation.”

  • SONY FACING LAWSUIT OVER PS5 ‘JOYSTICK MALFUNCTION’

    Sony is facing a representative lawsuit after gamers complained about a “joystick malfunction”.

    The issue that’s been branded the ‘drift’ after several users commented on the suspected fault online.

    Gamers had a similar issue with the Nintendo Switch.

    In a suit recently filed in the US, a law firm claims that the faulty controller joysticks, which cost almost £60 – are registering movement even when a player doesn’t touch them Eurogamer reports.

  • FORTHCOMING PS5 GAMES NEXT MONTH

    PS5 gamers will be able to enjoy these titles from next month:

    • Yakuza: Like a Dragon – March 2
    • Control: Ultimate Edition – March 2
    • Monster Energy Supercross: The Official Videogame 4 – March 11
    • Returnal – March 19
    • Balan Wonderworld – March 26
    • It Takes Two – March 26
    • Terminator: Resistance Enhanced – March 26
    • Tennis World Tour 2 – March 2021 (tentative)
  • PS5 PREORDERS COULD GO LIVE AT GAME NEXT WEEK

    A report by Gaming Intel claims “additional next-gen consoles will go on sale very soon, but they’ll be in limited supply”.

    On the retailer’s official website, GAME is updating its PlayStation 5 bundles to include a new release date.

    The bundles are preparing to go live on March 8, so we predict that this is the day to watch.

    However, pre-orders for the bundles may well go live from as early as next week, according to UKPS5Notify.

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