On Thursday, Sony announced that the sale of the new PS5 console will start on Thursday, November 12.
Additionally, it’ll have a face-off in competing with Microsoft’s Xbox.
This includes the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S.
For some reason, consumers have a solid interest in Game Console launches.
When the console is released, customers will be able to get it online and at any Sony certified retailer.
This is due to the spread of COVID-19.
However, some of it is already sold out. Notwithstanding, it’s uncertain as to how many will be available when it’s on the market.
There’s also no standard date as to when the consoles will be available to retail distributors.
What Sony said
Sony also released an official statement in its blog post concerning the release of the consoles.
The statement highlighted that customers will be unable to buy the consoles in stores.
Moreso, “please don’t plan on camping out or lining up at your local retailer on launch day in hopes of finding a PS5 console for purchase.”
Sony also highlighted that already pre-ordered the consoles will be available for pickup at a retailer’s.
However, there’ll be safety guidelines put in place by the retailer. Also, pick-ups will be based on appointments.