It’s Thursday and folks are still recovering from the recent PS5 restocks. Both US and UK hopefuls got the chance to buy a PS5 from various retailers, which makes a change from the fairly barren start to the month. Happily, there are more drops to come for those who haven’t yet secured a new-gen Sony system for themselves. Here is the latest info about drops in this PSLS PS5 Restock Update for May 26, 2022.
Which US stores have PS5 stock for today, May 26?
US PS5 Console Restock Update
For today, May 26, those in the US will be wanting to keep their eyes peeled on Target, Amazon, and GameStop. All three retailers are expected to either be announcing imminent drops or surprising dropping stock before June 2. (via @Tracker_RY)
Walmart already held its surprise drop, but another drop is panned for Walmart+ members on June 2 at 3 PM ET.
The PlayStation Store has also been surprisingly active in recent days, providing those who register their interest a chance to buy a PS5 directly. If you’re still not signed up for a chance to buy directly from the PlayStation Store, you can fix that here.
- PS Direct – Drop occurred on May 25.
- Best Buy – Drop occurred on May 25.
- Sam’s Club – Drop happened on May 19.
- BJs – Bundle restock happened on May 19.
- Target – Reporting its stock levels every day on the Target website.
- AntOnline – Surprise drop happened on March 23.
- Walmart – Restocked on April 19.
- Amazon – Drop occurred on April 19.
- PS Direct – Drop occurred on April 26.
- GameStop – Drop occurred on April 23.
US PS5 Accessories Restock Update
While it remains tough to find a PS5 in stock, accessories for the console are still in plentiful demand at retailers like Amazon. Check out the links above for some highlighted products.
Though it’s still very tricky to find a PS5 system in stock, peripherals for the new Sony system are in a more generous supply. Take a look at the above links for some of our highlights.
Which UK stores have PS5 stock for today, May 26?
For today, May 26, those in the UK are spoiled for choice, with Very, AO, Currys, EE, and The Game Collection all stocked up and ready for eager buyers to hit the “Checkout” button.
In other PlayStation news, Jim Ryan claims that the reaction to the new PS Plus launch is “extremely positive” despite pricing backlash. Sony plans to phase out PS4 games by FY 2025. It looks like Returnal will be the next PlayStation exclusive making its way to PC.