ps5 restock march 25

The PSLS PS5 Restock Update for March 25, 2022

It’s Friday, which is usually the last good day for PS5 restock news, as retailers rarely have drops during the weekend. It’s a promising final day for those in the US and UK hoping to nab themselves the next-gen Sony system. Here’s the latest information in this PSLS PS5 Restock Update for March 25, 2022.

Which US stores have PS5 stock for today, March 25?

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US PS5 Console Restock Update

For today, March 25, 2022, US hopefuls should be monitoring both Amazon and Target. According to the reliable @Tracker_RY, Amazon is expected to sell PS5 disc consoles at some point up to or on March 31.

As for Target, stores are getting stock and a sale is expected very soon. @Jake_Randall_YT, who has proven reliable in the past, claims that the major drop is happening next week, though there’s potential for a “small drop” today between 7-8 AM ET.

Folks who haven’t registered their interest in buying a system directly from PlayStation can do so here.

The last PS5 drop was on March 23 when AntOnline had a surprise drop.

  • Target – Drop expected next week, with potential for “small drop” today!
  • Amazon – Could be a drop at any moment!
  • BJs – Bundle restock happened on January 19.
  • GameStop – Drop occurred on March 11.
  • Best Buy – Drop not expected until next month.
  • PS Direct – Drop occurred on March 22.
  • AntOnline – Surprise drop happened on March 23.
  • Walmart – Walmart restock happened on March 14.

US PS5 Accessories Restock Update

While it’s still very tough to get a PS5 system, accessories for the new-gen system are thankfully in more plentiful supply. Check out the above links for some of our highlights.

Which UK stores have PS5 stock for today, March 25?

ps5 restock march 25

For today, March 25, the BT Shop is worth checking out for those who have a broadband account. Head over here, log in, and then check the “My Offers” section. (Via @PS5StockAlertUK)

For those who missed it in the US Section, the official PlayStation store is still accepting registrations from those who want to buy directly from Sony. This is open to PSN members based in the UK, US, Germany, France, Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg. Find out the latest information here.

In other PlayStation news, the Ghostwire: Tokyo developer’s next game is to be the “complete opposite of horror.” Dying Light 2 will get a New Game Plus and Photo Mode DLC. Don’t worry if you haven’t played the original game, as The Wolf Among Us 2 doesn’t require it.