Today looks like a big day for today’s players with suspected drops from major retailers.
Heavy rumors from stock followers on Twitter indicate that today could see actions from Curry’s, GAME and Argos, which means a great day for gamers.
Meanwhile, it looks like Argos has already fallen early this morning around 1am – much like it did previously.
People have previously said they are frustrated with how quickly the retailer has given up.
One person said: “PS5 action drop in the middle of the night. It almost looks like it was designed to go to bots, because you know, if you wanted normal people to get them, you got it. might have given up when they were, I do. I don’t know, wake up! “
Another wrote: “So frustrated right now. Every time the Argos restock the PS5 I miss because they do it at stupid hours in the morning, when I died for the world after doing a shift. from 10 hours “.
Meanwhile, we are running a live blog to keep an eye on PS5 stock which you can watch here.
Meanwhile, the government has finally responded to a petition urging MPs to do more to fight scalping.
A petition was started by Richard Glover after the release of next-gen consoles after it became notoriously difficult to acquire a PS5 and Xbox Series X.
The government responded to the petition by stressing that it is “illegal to buy tickets using automated software” and that it “is discussing other markets with the relevant trade associations”.
The Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy said it was discussing the issue of “bulk purchasing high-demand items like graphics cards and game consoles via automated robots with professional associations such as Ukie “.