Amazon has issued a warning to PlayStation fans who have pre-ordered the PS5. Wednesday night, Amazon began taking pre-orders for the PS5 alongside Best Buy, Walmart, GameStop, GAME, Target, and other retailers. As you would expect, within minutes Amazon's stock was depleted. And this has happened every time more stock has been added. At the moment of publishing, stock is sold out everywhere, leaving eBay as the only option to secure a PS5 pre-order.
That said, even if you managed to get a pre-order on Amazon, it doesn't mean you will get the console on day one. For now, Amazon hasn't cancelled any pre-orders, but it has begun to send out emails to those who have pre-ordered the machine, warning them that due to high demand, they may not get the console on release day.
"Hello, we're contacting you about your order of PlayStation 5 Console (BO8FC5L3RG) to let you
know in advance that you may not receive this item on the day it …