Sony Confirms PS5 Launch Will Be Online Only

The PlayStation 5 pre-orders came and went faster than most of what our loading screens may handle. Because of that, many concerned about diving into subsequent gen at  launch had been left wanting and hoping for one more wave of on-line pre-orders or in-store inventory. While extra pre-orders have been occurring, Sony has confirmed that each one launch day purchases will probably be on-line solely. Bright facet? That means no tenting out hoping to scoop one up in individual throughout a world pandemic. 

Senior Director of Sony Interactive Entertainment Communications Sid Shuman took to the PlayStation Blog to supply a launch day replace. In the publish, Shuman clarifies that each one launch day purchases should be on-line. “The launch of the PlayStation 5 console on November 12 (or November 19, depending on your region) is almost upon us! In the interest of keeping our gamers, retailers, and staff safe amidst COVID-19, today we are confirming that all day-of launch sales will be conducted through the online stores of our retail partners.”

The Sony consultant reiterated that no consoles will probably be obtainable for in-store buying on launch day, which is November 12 for many, November 19 for others. “Be safe, stay home, and place your order online,” they urge. 

For people who have pre-ordered their methods for an in-store pickup, these pre-scheduled appointments will nonetheless be legitimate at most retailers underneath every retailer’s security protocols. It’s suggested for all that opted into this selection to name their retailer to verify pickup is scheduled as deliberate. 

The look forward to subsequent gen is sort of over with the PlayStation 5 arriving on November 12 and the Xbox Series X/S arriving just a few days earlier on the 10th. Are you excited to see what a brand new era of gaming has to supply? Sound off together with your ideas within the remark part under! 

[Source: PlayStation]

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