Sony’swas officially released in the US on Nov. 12, but it sold out immediately. Along with the new and the older (but still great) , the game consoles are the must-have gifts for the holiday season, and they’re all going to be difficult to get. The PS5 has two versions: a $400 digital-only version and a $500 model with Blu-ray. If you have good broadband and don’t have a need for optical discs — for used games, Blu-ray movies or old PS4 games — we recommend you .
What you get in the box.
If you haven’t already successfully preordered a console, don’t expect to be able to walk into Best Buy any day and take one off the shelf., and we expect limited inventories through the rest of the year. Every online store is effectively out of stock on the PS5, but if you’d like to spin the roulette wheel, we’ve pulled together a list of retailers that might restock the PS5 throughout the rest of the year.
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