As Gamer.no revealed last week, Sony will stop all physical sales of PlayStation 5 when the console is released on November 19. Now Sony has gone out and confirmed that this is true, and also that it applies to the whole world.
According to Sony, the goal is to stagnate covid infection, which they envisage can be a problem if many people show up to line up.
– Be safe, stay at home and order online, Sony’s Sid Shuman writes in the post.
If you have pre-ordered the console, you must agree with the store to pick up the console. This is solved by the shops themselves, but it seems as if you want a pick-up time, so that not everyone comes at once.
We at Gamer.no have good sources that some retailers will get an extra party that has been intended for the launch. However, we do not know how the stores will solve this yet – if they think. To run a new order round, or do something else.
So far, Sony has not provided a recommended date for when the physical sale of the console can begin, but according to our sources, the restriction applies at least until 2020.
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