Sony PlayStation 5 is all set to go on sale in the European market on November 19 and Amazon has started sending out emails to customers in the UK, Spain as well as Italy confirming that it will have more stock this time.
The customers are advised to check Amazon’s pages for the standard PlayStation 5 console and the Digital Edition PlayStation 5 console, news portal Video Games Chronicles reported.
“We will make every effort to deliver all orders as soon as possible,” Amazon said in an email alerting customers to the upcoming stock availability. “If you order, we will email you with an estimated delivery date. However, this may be subject to change.”
The PlayStation 5 console is now out in North America, Japan, and other select countries. It launches this week, on November 19, in the rest of the world.
In the US, the Sony PS5 has been priced at $499.99 for the Standard Edition and the Digital Edition has been launched at $399.99.
Recently, the UK-based data analytics company Ampere Analysis predicted that Sony could sell around 17.9 million units of the PS5 consoles by the end of 2021 and more than 67 million units by 2024.
Sony launched the first PlayStation in 1994. The PS2, introduced in 2000 with a built-in DVD player, was a global success and recorded worldwide sales of about 155 million units.