PS5 Restock Update for GameStop, Best Buy, Amazon, Walmart, PlayStation Direct, Target, More

The PlayStation 5 remains unavailable at many major retailers with console gamers flocking to sites chasing sporadic restocks.

Since launching in November, Sony's next-gen console has become the fastest-selling console in U.S. history. But its popularity has left retailers scrambling to meet the demand and unable to keep stock rooms full.

Both Costco and Newegg released fresh PS5 bundles earlier this week, but both are now entirely out of the consoles after online shoppers snapped up those that were briefly available.

Gamers are keeping their eyes peeled for a rumored restock at Best Buy on Friday, the retailer having re-filled its empty stock rooms each Friday for the least six weeks. Each week the new batch of PS5s went on sale between 12 p.m. and 3:15 p.m. ET.

GameStop briefly had new bundles on sale early Friday morning, but these were quickly purchased by keen gamers.

Here's a breakdown of the latest PS5 stock information from Target, Walmart, GameStop, Antonline, PS Direct, Amazon and more.

Amazon PS5 Restock

The PlayStation 5 remains out of stock at Amazon. The message on the mammoth retailer's website says: "We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock."

Check PS5 restock at Amazon.

Antonline PS5 Restock

The PlayStation 5 is still unavailable at Antonline, whose last consoles were sold last week. The retailer is, however, selling related products including the PlayStation 5 PULSE 3D Wireless Gaming Headset, PlayStation 5 DualSense Wireless Controller, and PlayStation 5 HD Camera.

Antonline has announced previous restocks on Twitter, meaning potential buyers should keep a keen eye on the retailer's social media pages.

Check PS5 restock at Antonline.

Best Buy PS5 Restock

Both the standard and digital versions of the PlayStation 5 are still out of stock at Best Buy, though restocks of past weeks suggest the retailer may have some to sell later in the day on Friday.

Check PS5 restock at Best Buy.

Costco PS5 Restock

Costco has had no PlayStation 5s to sell since Tuesday, and the retailer's website said the console remains out of stock as of Friday morning. Only Costco members can purchases the consoles, and even they are limited to one per customer.

Check PS5 restock at Costco.

GameStop PS5 Restock

Both versions of the PlayStation 5 are unavailable at GameStop as standalone or bundle purchases. The retailer was briefly selling bundles with the Spider-Man Ultimate Edition, Call of Duty and Avengers games, but these were all snapped up as of Friday morning.

Past tips on GameStop restocks have come from gaming Twitter accounts including @Wario64 and @GYXdeals. Both accounts announced the restock on Friday.

Check PS5 restock at GameStop.

Newegg PS5 Restock

Newegg has no PlayStation 5 units available for sale on its website as of Friday. The retailer released fresh bundles on Wednesday but shoppers quickly bought them all.

Check PS5 restock at Newegg.

PS Direct PS5 Restock

PS Direct has no units of either PlayStation 5 console available to buy. Users must go through PS Direct's lottery-style system to get their hands on the latest console, waiting for a randomly-assigned slot in a virtual queue to see whether or not they get the chance.

Would-be buyers should follow @Wario64 on Twitter for the best chance of getting a space in the queue. The account informed followers of PS Direct's latest stock drop last week.

Check PS restock at PS Direct.

Target PS5 Restock

Target has no PlayStation 5s available for sale. The retailer is yet to refresh its stock after selling out of units last week. Target has given no indication of when this might be.

Check PS5 restock at Target.

Walmart PS5 Restock

Walmart is still out of the standard and digital versions of the PS5. The retailer is yet to say when it expects its next restock, its last drop of new units having been exhausted last week.

Check PS5 restock at Walmart.

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An employee prepares the new Sony PlayStation 5 gaming console for a customer on the first day of its launch, at an electronics shop in Kawasaki, Kanagawa prefecture on November 12, 2020. Charly Triballeau/AFP/Getty Images

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