You can now queue to purchase a PS5 at Sony (update: sold out)

Updated September 28, 2006, 06:52 ET: Sony has sold all of its PS5 and PS5 Digital Editions for the day. We will keep you informed when the next opportunity arises.
The PlayStation 5 is still difficult to find nearly a year after its launch. Sony is a trusted retailer when it comes console restocks. However, the company frequently opens its online queue to customers who don't mind waiting to get their hands on the next-gen console.

Sony has reopened the order queue for the disc-based PS5 or the PS5 Digital Edition. While you don't need to refresh the landing page after you arrive, we recommend that you have your PlayStation Network account information available in case you are allocated a spot to purchase one.

PlayStation 5 $500 Sony's next-generation console is the PlayStation 5. It includes a DVD drive that allows you to play digital and physical games on the PS4 or PS5. Sony - $500

PlayStation 5 Digital Edition 400 The PS5 Digital Edition is $400 This console costs $100 less than the PS5 and doesn't include a Bluray disc drive. 400 at Sony

You wait...

You can get a PS5 if you are lucky enough to have one or you may want to prepare for it. There are several games and accessories you should consider including the Sonys Pulse 3D Headset and the cosmic red DualSense controller. Deathloop is also a great game.

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart $69


Enjoy 2% Discount on Insomniac Games' latest adventure in the Ratchet & Clank Series. This is the best entry to date. It's also the first game to launch on PS5, which is a testament to its amazing graphics and lightning fast loading speeds. Amazon: $69

Target: $70

Deathloop $60 The latest release by Arcane Studios, the team behind Prey, Dishonored, is a masterpiece in many aspects. It's an open-ended mystery that's thrilling, action-packed and just the right amount weird. Amazon: $60

Best Buy: $60