Gamers who pre-ordered the new Sony PlayStation 5 game console may be very disappointed on the day of the sales launch. Some PS5 pre-orders will not be delivered until 2021.
So, many buyers of the Irish GameStop store received an email in which the retailer reports the inability to fulfill some orders for “reasons beyond their control” from the company until 2021.
During the pre-order period, buyers do not actually guarantee delivery on the first day of sale, but only reserve a place in the virtual queue to receive. Retailer notes that those who placed a pre-order can mark it or save their place in the queue and get a console with the following receipts.
Earlier, Amazon started to warn customers that they may not receive their orders on the day of the start of sales due to high demand for the console.
Successful users in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand and South Korea will be able to receive the console on November 12, and in other regions it will appear on the shelves on November 19.
In the U.S., PlayStation 5 will cost 500 dollars, and the “digital” version will cost 400 dollars.