That’s one unit per household.
Anticipation for Sony’s next-generation PS5 is steadily growing and fans are now waiting when Sony will be dropping the pre-order dates. With the recent health crisis being far from over, production on the new console is said to have hit some delays, which is why only limited quantities will be available when it is finally launched.
A Reddit user played around the PlayStation website and found out some source codes confirming that pre-orders for the PS5 might be limited to just one console per household. Part of the code highlighted a message that says: “You can only purchase one version of the PS5 Console: Disc or Digital. You have already added one PS5 console to your cart.”
While it does confirm that the PS5 might be released with limited stocks, it is still similar to what Sony has done with the PS4 back when it was released in 2013. It has limited sales to one per person to avoid price gouging. In the UAE, the PS4 was immediately sold out days after its release, with some sellers selling it at double the price online.
Interest on the PS5 has hit another high after Sony has showcased all the games coming for the next generation console. Pricing hasn’t been revealed, but seeing how interested fans are for the next console there’s a good chance it will be sold out once it releases.
The PS5 will be available in two versions: a standard version with a 4K Blu-ray drive and a digital-only version without any disc drive.
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