The official PlayStation account has tweeted out an apology for how the corporate has dealt with pre-orders for the upcoming PlayStation 5 as many individuals had been struggling to safe their console in time for November’s launch over the weekend.
In the tweet, posted on Saturday night, PlayStation stated “Let’s be honest: PS5 preorders could have been a lot smoother. We truly apologize for that.” However, there’s a silver lining as the corporate additionally revealed “Over the next few days, we will release more PS5 consoles for preorder – retailers will share more details.” And promised extra models could be obtainable “through the end of the year.”
It all kicked off following the PlayStation 5 reveal occasion final week, when on the time Sony stated it might be releasing particulars of how keen followers might get maintain of their consoles on the system’s launch in November within the days forward, solely for many retailers to seemingly leap the gun and open up pre-orders regardless, leaving many—including Amazon—emailing customers warning them they may not get their console on launch day due to high demand.
Xbox in the meantime have stated pre-orders for their console will kick off from 8am tomorrow. Will it fare any higher? We’ll have to attend and see, however one of the best of luck to any of you hoping to safe any of the next-gen consoles for launch day.
PlayStation 5 is about for launch on November 12 within the US, Canada, Japan, Mexico, South Korea Australia and New Zealand and November 19 for the remainder of the world.