PlayStation 5: console on sale from 15:30 from GameStop!

PlayStation 5: console on sale from 15:30 from GameStop!

PlayStation 5

Update 15:46: console sold out!

Are you looking for a PlayStation 5 but haven't had the chance to buy one yet? Don't despair! Also this week, in fact, G ameStop has announced the availability of the coveted Sony console, in what is now its "traditional sale" on Thursday, with the console available both in disc version and in its "Digital" edition, that is, without an optical reader. An excellent opportunity, which to be seized will require, as always, a lot of patience and good timing, given the limited stocks which, as always, will prevent a purchase accessible to all.

In any case, however, the invitation is to queue as soon as possible, inviting you to constantly keep an eye on this same article, as we will try to update it with information on the status of the sale every time we receive news about it. Having said that, before you click on the appropriate links to access the sale, we offer some tips that could help you maximize your purchase possibilities:

Be sure to clear your browser cache before queuing; Avoid reloading the page, as this will reset your queue priority, thus making you risk not accessing the portal in time; Leave the page open until you are inside the site. As for the options on sale, also this week you will have the opportunity to buy PlayStation 5 in 4 different formats, 2 for each model produced by Sony. The chain, in fact, offers the console for sale both in the "smooth" format (ie the console sold stand alone, without any accessory or game, and often available in very small quantities), and through 2 customizable bundles that require a minimum purchase of products which, as you will guess, means that to buy PlayStation 5 you will have to put the console in the cart along with other items including gadgets, accessories and games.

Going specifically, the purchase of both bundles will be available only with the addition of 4 products each and, in both cases, you will still have a limit of "only one product per category" so much so that, for example, it is possible to purchase only one additional pad, while this restriction is less binding as for videogames, where you will have the possibility to buy at least 2 titles for your custom bundle, at least for what concerns the disc console edition. For PlayStation 5 Digital, on the other hand, you can add accessories and subscription packages to the console, as well as credit that you can then use freely on the PlayStation Store. In any case, we remind you that you will be forced to purchase other products in addition to the console, because the payment will not be released if the cart is not considered complete.

Read also: PS5: difficult to fall in love with a console that doesn't tell you anything GameStop, therefore, once again confirms its bundled purchase formula, representing - at least to date - practically the only certainty of purchase of the console which, as you know, due to the prolonged shortage of components caused by COVID-19, is still short of breath from the point of view of production, which causes this sale "in fits and starts" on practically any platform, in what is a situation that could end no earlier than 2023!

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New PlayStation 5 System Software Update Released

A new system software update has been released for the PlayStation 5, and while these updates can range in significance from adding social features and USB extended storage support, the latest one is certainly not the greatest one. According to the official patch notes released by PlayStation, the PS5 version 21.01-03.21.00 update simply improves system performance. Not that improving system performance is every a bad thing, mind you, but it is certainly not terribly exciting.

Most players likely won't even notice that a new system software update has been released for the PlayStation 5 as it seems fair to assume that the majority of owners would have automatic updates toggled. For those PS5 players, the console would have quietly updated overnight. If for whatever reason the update did not trigger or install correctly, it can be manually triggered via the PlayStation 5 console's system settings menu.

The most recent update prior to today, last month's PS5 version 21.01-03.20.00 system software update, was significantly beefier. In addition to the usual improvement of system performance, it updated the DualSense controller software, fixed an issue with the screen reader, solved a problem with video games hidden on a PlayStation 4 not being hidden on a PlayStation 5, and made copying video games from USB extended storage to console storage more stable.

As noted above, the new PlayStation 5 version 21.01-03.21.00 system software update is now available, and likely will have automatically installed in the night. The PlayStation 5 itself is now available with the version containing a disc drive running $499 while the all-digital console costs $399, assuming that you can find either of them in stock at one of the various retailers that seem to add more haphazardly every so often. You can check out all of our previous coverage of the PlayStation 5 right here.

What do you make of the new PS5 update? Have you been able to pick up one of the next-gen consoles for yourself as of yet? Let us know in the comments, or feel free to reach out and hit me up directly over on Twitter at @rollinbishop to talk about all things gaming!

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