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PS5 stock updates LIVE – Smyths ‘expecting restock’ plus UK drop rumours at Shop To, Argos, Currys, Very and GAME

PS5 stock updates LIVE – Smyths ‘expecting restock’ plus UK drop rumours at Shop To, Argos, Currys, Very and GAME

UK TOY shop Smyths have revealed they are expecting a Playstation 5 restock within the next two weeks.Since its launch last November, millions of game

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UK TOY shop Smyths have revealed they are expecting a Playstation 5 restock within the next two weeks.

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

With restock rumours swirling continually, only the quickest off the mark at shops like Argos, Very and Amazon have been able to pick one up so far.

And that was proven to be the case once again this week, with GAME selling out on new consoles twice in a matter of days

But Smyths has recently reassured fans new stock is definitely coming at some point before the end of the month.

So with just two weeks remaining until the end of February, the wait for a PS5 could soon be over for a lucky few.

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

  • ‘GO AHEAD, SUE US’

    The firm producing the new PS5 Darkplates has gone as far as daring Sony to sue.

    US firm dbrand’s PS5 Darkplates are now available for pre-order, though are sold out until May.

    The product page on dbrand’s website describes the Darkplates as featuring a “familiar-but-legally-distinct apocalyptic spin on the classic PlayStation button shapes”.

    And a line beneath the name of the product reads ‘Go ahead, sue us”.

  • THE DARK SIDE

    Hardware skin maker dbrand has announced plans to sell PS5 faceplates that transform your white console into a shiny black one, it was reported.

    According to tomsguide.com the plates are black, matte and feature an interior micro-texture, just like the PS5’s default design.

    PS5 faceplates can easily be removed so transforming your console into a black machine is as easy as swapping those plates for dbrand’s own.

  • ARGOS , VERY AND SMYTHS TOYS EXPECTING CONSOLES

    Restocks have started to become more frequent the further we get into February.

    Argos is expecting stock of consoles mid-late February while Very is expecting them “soon”, reports EuroGamer.

    The site reports that Symths Toys are expecting more this month as well.

  • PS5 SCALPERS SAY THEIR BOTS TO HELP OTHERS

    PS5 scalper group The Lab claims claim they use bots to be a force for good in society.

    Co-founder Jordan and his business partner Regan claim that by selling their knowledge and bots to others, they are a positive force.

    “The whole group came about near the start of the first UK lockdown and it makes me so happy that I can help people make some extra money for themselves,” Regan told Forbes.

    “We do a lot for charity as well. I myself or collectively as a group donate to charity almost monthly at this point.”

  • ARGOS COULD RESTOCK NEXT WEEK

    Hopeful PS5 buyers are being tipped off about a possible restock at Argos next week.

    Twitter tipster PS5StockAlertUK today noted that Argos had restocked some stores yesterday, and were restocking all warehouses and hubs today.

    “Just like last time, some smaller stores won’t be getting stock,” they said.

    “But this hints a possible restock by Argos next week. It’s currently too early to claim which day. (UK & ROI).”

    Keep your eyes and ears peeled!!

  • ‘GO AHEAD, SUE US’

    The firm producing the new PS5 Darkplates has gone as far as daring Sony to sue.

    US firm dbrand’s PS5 Darkplates are now available for pre-order, though are sold out until May.

    The product page on dbrand’s website describes the Darkplates as featuring a “familiar-but-legally-distinct apocalyptic spin on the classic PlayStation button shapes”.

    And a line beneath the name of the product reads ‘Go ahead, sue us”.

  • GAMERS THRILLED AFTER SNAPPING UP PS5

    Quick-fingered gamers who pounced on GAME’s PS5 drop are thrilled after snapping up the coveted consoles.

    “Got one of the GAME drop PS5s…” one gamer wrote.

    “FINALLY!!!!!”

    The user also touted Twitter tipster, PS5StockAlertUK for its tips and tricks on how to gain access to the sale.

  • FANS DISAPPOINTED AFTER MISSING OUT ON GAME RESTOCK

    Hopeful PlayStation 5 buyers are disappointed after it appears they have missed out on GAME’s latest restock.

    The coveted consoles became available for a short while from the retailer’s online store.

    But gamers have reported sitting in a virtual queue for up to an hour, to no avail.

    One user tagged the store on Twitter, writing: “sat in a queue for over a hour to order a ps5 console. To then be taking to your homepage and nothing ??”

    Another said: “@GAMEdigital why allow people to add a ps5 or bundle to their basket and put them in a queue to allegedly checkout and then kick them off website after an hour!! SHOCKING EXPERIENCE”.

  • FANS DISAPPOINTED AFTER MISSING OUT ON GAME RESTOCK

    Hopeful PlayStation 5 buyers are disappointed after it appears they have missed out on GAME’s latest restock.

    The coveted consoles became available for a short while from the retailer’s online store.

    But gamers have reported sitting in a virtual queue for up to an hour, to no avail.

    One user tagged the store on Twitter, writing: “sat in a queue for over a hour to order a ps5 console. To then be taking to your homepage and nothing ??”

    Another said: “@GAMEdigital why allow people to add a ps5 or bundle to their basket and put them in a queue to allegedly checkout and then kick them off website after an hour!! SHOCKING EXPERIENCE”.

  • HOPEFUL BUYERS STUCK IN QUEUE

    Hundreds of hopeful PS5 buyers are stuck in a virtual queue on ShopTo, while trying their luck at picking up one of the coveted consoles.

    One such customer posted on Twitter, with a picture of a message on his screen notifying him that he was 421st in line.

    Others were unable to even enter the queue – amid widespread reports of the ShopTo site overloading.

  • BLINK AND YOU’LL MISS IT

    PS5 stock appears to have come and gone at UK retailer ShopTo.

    Both the digital edition and the disc edition of the console went up for grabs shortly after 10.30am.

    But the site reportedly crashed soon after, due to heavy traffic.

  • ARGOS RESTOCK EXPECTED

    A restock of PS5 consoles has been tipped to be landing at Argos stores in the UK between “mid to late February”.

    Reports have suggested Argos, Smyths and AMazon are the most likely places to restock consoles next – after GAME did on Thursday.

    Stock watchers were backing an Argos drop within the next fortnight, Birmingham Live reported.

  • BLACK PS5 BECOMES A REALITY

    Gamers dreaming of an all-black PS5 can now see their dreams become reality, with black faceplates for the next-gen console now on sale.

    However, the new ‘Darkplates” aren’t available through Sony; instead, American brand dbrand is producing the sheets of plastic.

    There was a three month wait on shipping, as the company had already sold out on stock and pre-orders for February, March and April, Techradar reported.

    dbrand’s coveted new product cost around £35.

  • THE DARK SIDE

    Hardware skin maker dbrand has announced plans to sell PS5 faceplates that transform your white console into a shiny black one, it was reported.

    According to tomsguide.com the plates are black, matte and feature an interior micro-texture, just like the PS5’s default design.

    PS5 faceplates can easily be removed so transforming your console into a black machine is as easy as swapping those plates for dbrand’s own.

  • ARGOS , VERY AND SMYTHS TOYS EXPECTING CONSOLES

    Restocks have started to become more frequent the further we get into February.

    Argos is expecting stock of consoles mid-late February while Very is expecting them “soon”, reports EuroGamer.

    The site reports that Symths Toys are expecting more this month as well.

  • PS5 SCALPERS SAY THEIR BOTS TO HELP OTHERS

    PS5 scalper group The Lab claims claim they use bots to be a force for good in society.

    Co-founder Jordan and his business partner Regan claim that by selling their knowledge and bots to others, they are a positive force.

    “The whole group came about near the start of the first UK lockdown and it makes me so happy that I can help people make some extra money for themselves,” Regan told Forbes.

    “We do a lot for charity as well. I myself or collectively as a group donate to charity almost monthly at this point.”

  • ARGOS COULD RESTOCK NEXT WEEK

    Hopeful PS5 buyers are being tipped off about a possible restock at Argos next week.

    Twitter tipster PS5StockAlertUK today noted that Argos had restocked some stores yesterday, and were restocking all warehouses and hubs today.

    “Just like last time, some smaller stores won’t be getting stock,” they said.

    “But this hints a possible restock by Argos next week. It’s currently too early to claim which day. (UK & ROI).”

    Keep your eyes and ears peeled!!

This post first appeared on Thesun.co.uk

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