Walmart Restocking PS5 and Xbox Series X Consoles Later Tonight
Although both were released almost one year ago, there was still a high demand for them.PS5The Xbox Series X/S continues to grow. It could be due to new games being released for each system, or ongoing effects of COVID-19.PS5Stock of Xbox Series X/S consoles continues to move almost instantly. One of the retailers that sells both consoles will stock up later tonight.
Due to the high demand for these next-generation systems, purchasing a console has become a fun experience. Both the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S have gone in and out of stock following their initial release, with the PS5 receiving the exact same treatment. One retailer will stock both systems’ consoles very soon.
Walmart restocked the PS5 as well as the Xbox Series X/S today. Unfortunately, due to high demand, stock sold out quickly. However, Walmart will be restocking both systems later tonight at 6 PM PT / 9 PM ET. Because stock sells out quickly, console buyers will need to order the console as soon as the restock is available on Walmart’s website.
It is great that Walmart has remained responsive in terms of restocking the next-generation systems. However, most people are unable to obtain a PS5 console or an Xbox Series X/S. Since the release of both systems, scalpers have been taking advantage of the scarcity situation, with a significant number of PS5 consoles being scalped for high profits.
Although there have been some preventative measures to reduce scalping activity for the new tech, it has not resolved the problem completely. The fact that the Steam Deck is already getting scalped despite it not even being commercially available yet is clearly indicative of how rampant scalpers have become.
This allows you to achieve aPS5For those looking for a new console, it is almost impossible to find the Xbox Series X/S at a retail price. It will be interesting for us to see when demand for both systems begins to decrease. With any luck, there will be other retailers who like these systems.Best BuyWalmart, Target, Amazon, and Target will all be able to meet the demand.