It’s been tough trying to snag a PS5 or Xbox Series X in 2021, but GameStop has announced customers will have another chance this Thursday, January 21. The video game retailer plans to restock PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch bundles, though a limited number of units is expected, so you’ll want to be quick if you want a new console.
Unfortunately, it’s unclear exactly when the PS5 or Xbox Series X|S will be restocked. GameStop’s Twitter account will post when they’re live, but you can always keep an eye on our PS5 restock and Xbox Series X availability guides for updates. No bundles are currently available for the PS5 and Xbox Series X, but they will likely appear at the links below tomorrow. People can expect a variety of extra accessories and games thrown into the bundles, which will make them more expensive than the standard consoles.
The difficulty in buying one of the new consoles has been tough, especially with PS5 scalpers snatching the units before anyone else. The latest shipment was at Target, which had the PS5 in stock this morning. Of course, those units didn’t last long either. Both versions of Sony’s new console were available for a few moments on the retailer’s website, though only in-store pickup was available. It’s worth checking your local Target–and other stores–for PS5 and Xbox Series X units just in case.
As for the Nintendo Switch, it hasn’t nearly been as hard to find in stores. However, with the current pandemic, game console sales have gone up, causing shortages and delivery delays even for Nintendo’s three-year-old platform. If you’re looking for a Switch of your own, see our full guide on where to buy a Switch in 2021, including its special editions.
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