GAME PS5 customers told to hold on as second console drop imminent – Birmingham Live

GAME has just dropped another load of consoles for customers and people are overjoyed.

It was heavily rumoured that the retailer would drop consoles earlier today (Feb 23) and that more stock has arrived this month.

With the first drop happening at around 9.45am, people are already slightly dismayed that they couldn’t get a console.

However, customers are being urged to “hold on” and get ready for another potential drop by GAME later today. You can follow our live updates for PS5 stock updates to find out when they drop across the country.

Last time GAME dropped, they dropped in waves at 9.45am and at 12.45pm the same day so if you weren’t successful this morning, you could get lucky this afternoon.

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One stock tracker said: “If you didn’t get one, last time GAME stocked they had a second drop the same day at 12:45”

“Stay in the queue until GAME close it guys, it’s not over until it’s over”.

Asda today appeared to restock the widely sought-after PS5 console – but tracker accounts are urging people not to waste time attempting to get one.

A tracker account today wrote: “Asda dropped and immediately sold out so as i said before stay away from groceries stores if your looking for a PlayStation 5  #PS5#ps5stockuk#PlayStation5.”

“Bots probably got those,” one replied.

A second wrote: “Bots. Bots everywhere.”