Update March 5th, 2021 12:02PM ET: Best Buy has limited stock available for the PS5 and PS5 Digital Edition. You can find more information on the retailer’s restock here.
Sony’s PlayStation 5 is available now. Due to the pandemic and high demand for the PS5, retailers such as Best Buy and Target will only sell the console online for the foreseeable future. So, if you were planning to camp outside your local Target hoping to buy the console today, there will be no walk-in purchases available this year. But, you can order one online and request an in-store pickup.
Until we hear more information from retailers, I strongly advise you to keep a close eye on other popular retailers, including Amazon, Target, GameStop, Newegg, B&H Photo, and if you have a membership, Sam’s Club.
If you are torn between which PS5 console to buy, no need to worry. The biggest difference to note is that the PS5 Digital Edition is smaller than the PS5 standard, costs $399, and it does not include a Blu-ray disc drive. The PS5 standard is $100 more, is a bit bulkier than the digital edition, and includes a disc drive, allowing you to play game discs.
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