Last night, a lot of new news at the PlayStation 5 event, preorder was a very curious subject. After a long wait, Sony has finally announced the preorder information for the PlayStation 5, the price and release date of the next generation console. Sony announced that PlayStation 5 preorders will be available today at select retailers starting September 17.
The console will release on November 12 at $ 499.99 for the standard console and $ 399.99 for the digital version. PlayStation confirmed it with a tweet following yesterday’s PS5 show. However, the lists had already published by stores. If you want to get detailed information about PlayStation 5, you can find our news about PlayStation 5 here. Let’s take a quick look at the listings.
PlayStation 5 Preorder: Quick Look to Preorder A PS5
Consoles started to listed at Best Buy, GameStop and Amazon as of 00.00 night, but these sites collapsed within minutes. Of course, curious users accessed the page by continuing to refresh. We have compiled sites that list the PlayStation 5 preorder for you.
PS 5 Price and Preorder
- Best Buy see PS5 – $ 500
- GameStop see PS5 – $ 500
- Walmart see PS5 – $ 500
- Target see PS5 – $ 500
- Amazon see PS5 – $ 500
PS5 Digital Price and Preorder
- Best Buy see PS5 Digital – $ 400
- GameStop see PS5 Digital – $ 400
- Walmart see PS5 Digital – $ 400
- Target see PS5 Digital – $ 400
Walmart announced on September 22 that the PlayStation 5 will be available for preorder in their stores. Also, you can Check with your local store for availability.
GameStop is still crashed, it seems quite difficult to access the site. I’ve had the chance to access it several times and as far as I can see GameStop offers multiple payment plans. It also offers the opportunity to provide discounts from the product with the bring the old console and take the new one. You can visit GameStop’s trade-in page to find out how much your console is worth in trade-in value.
This new PlayStation 5 preorder date comes weeks after Sony opened preorder registration on its own website, saying it would be offering preorder reservations on a first-come, first-served basis from “existing customers.” According to the PS5 preorder FAQ page, the selection would be “based on previous interests and PlayStation activities,” and those who register would know if they’re selected if they are contacted by email. Some lucky people already received their invites to preorder. In addition to all of these, we have informed you that PS5 is only backward compatibility with PlayStation 4. You can also access the product with the PS Online ID from the PlayStation 5 official preorder page. Stay Tuned.