Shoppers are struggling to get hold of the PS5 console with only a couple weeks to go before Christmas.
Last month, the new Playstation console went on sale across the UK, but with many retailers shut because of the second lockdown, PS5 fans were left disappointed when they couldn’t get one.
Shoppers where forced to search online to buy the console on release day after the pre-orders sold out in minutes earlier this year.
Online retailers including Very, Curry’s, Argos, Game, John Lewis and Amazon found the PS5 selling out incredibly quickly and frustrated customers were met with website glitches.
There was also anger over ‘scalpers’ using ‘bot’ software to buy up all the stock.
Playstation did make an announcement on their Twitter feed saying more consoles would go on sale, but these appear to have all sold out.
Here are the latest updates from retailers on PS5 stock.
The retailer said they are waiting for more stock. On the website, it says: “Unfortunately we have sold out of our PS5 consoles for now. We have more stock coming so keep checking back for our next drop.”
A note on Curry’s website said: “The new pS5 has now sold out. We are working tirelessly to secure more stock. Please continue to check this page for more updates.”
The retailer said that they will not be getting any more consoles in stock.
A message on the website said: “Sorry, PlayStation®5 is currently unavailable. We will not have any further stock for the rest of 2020.”
According to the BT website they are currently sold out.
A message reads: “We’ve sold out of our current allocation of PlayStation 5. If you were lucky enough to order, delivery is expected around the 15th December.”
EE had a limited number of consoles available to EE Pay Monthly customers last week, but they are now completely sold out.
They said in a tweet: “We are now sold out of our new allocation of PS5 consoles.”