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PlayStation fans who have been trying to purchase a PS5 to no avail since the next-gen console launched last November may get another chance this week thanks to Very. PS5 stock tracker accounts have claimed the PS5 could become available to order once again this week at the online retailer. According to the @PS5StockAlertUK Twitter, the next Very PS5 restock may go live on either Wednesday April 7 or Thursday April 8.
While the @PS5Instant Twitter account has narrowed down the time that Very may release its next batch of PS5 consoles.
According to the PS5 Instant Twitter the time slot to look out for between 9am and 11am this week.
Currently when you head to a Very PS5 hub page it says the retailer is sold out of PlayStation 5 stock but has “stock coming soon”.
Very said: “Unfortunately we have sold out of our PS5 consoles for now. We have more stock coming so keep checking back for our next drop.”
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According to the Stock Informer website, the last two Very restocks both went live on a Wednesday.
With previous restocks Very has offered the PS5 console on its own as well as some bundle options which include accessories, digital subscriptions, PS Store credit or a game.
In other PlayStation news, today (Tuesday April 6) saw the release of the brand new free PS Plus games.
If you’re a PlayStation Plus subscriber then you’ll be able to download some new free PS4 games as well as a free PS5 game.
The free PS4 games are PlayStation exclusive Days Gone – made by Syphon Filter developers Bend Studio – and Rebellion’s Zombie Army 4.
While the PS5 free download included with the April 2021 PS Plus line-up is Oddworld Soulstorm.
This is a big deal as Abe’s latest adventure is arriving on PS Plus on its release day.
The release of the new PS Plus line-up means the March selection of free games is no longer available.
That means Final Fantasy 7 Remake, Farpoint, Remnant From The Ashes and Maquette are no longer included with the free PS Plus downloads.
PS5 exclusive Destruction AllStars – which was part of the PS Plus February line-up but stuck around – has also exited the PlayStation Plus free games carousel this week.
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