The PlayStation 5 is back in stock at Argos stores throughout the country.
Both disc and digital consoles are available in store and online, and just in time for the weekend.
“Both Disc and Digital Editions should now be available,” reads a PS5 UK Stock tweet.
“Remember, Argos drops stock regionally. They like to take turns region to region whilst dropping stock. So we recommend being patient for your regions store to be in-stock.”
PS5 Stock UK also recommends visiting local stores to check if there’s stock in your area.
Likewise, Argos tends to trickle stock by region, meaning that consoles could appear later in the day for your particular area.
“Remember, Argos drops stock regionally. They like to take turns region to region whilst dropping stock. So we recommend being patient for your regions store to be in-stock.
“We also highly recommend visiting in-store. You’re highly advised to go in-store to reserve a console for RRP if you aren’t having any luck online!
The Argos app has also been known not to play ball, which is why an in-store visit may be your best bet.
More PS5 shopping tips can be seen below.
PlayStation 5 general shopping tips…
• Login if you already have an account with the retailer.
• Use multiple devices wherever possible – desktop browser, laptop, tablet, smartphone.
• If the retailer has a dedicated app, download and use the app for purchasing a PS5.
• Sign up for retailer stock alerts where possible. Sites like ShopTo allow users to register interest.
• Follow stock checker accounts and websites, including PS5 UK Stock and Express Gaming.
The good news is that 2022 should be a great year for brand new game releases.
It all begins with the release of the Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Collection later this month.
The PS5 remaster contains shiny new versions of Uncharted 4 and Uncharted: Lost Legacy. Launching on January 28, the game features a brand new Performance+ Mode, which targets 120 frames-per-second at 1080p resolution.
The Uncharted Collection will be followed by Horizon Forbidden West in February and Gran Turismo 7 in March.
As for third-party games, titles such as Dying Light 2, Elden Ring and brand new brawler Sifu.