the console is available at Leclerc! Live stocks


The Playstation 5 makes ever more frequent appearances in the middle of summer. Find out where to find the console with our live PS5 inventory and drop tracker.

[Mis à jour le 28 juillet 2022 à 10h51] 2020 has been a very special year for home consoles. Both the date of the release of a whole new generation of consoles, but also the year of all the shortages, 2020 marked a profound change in the way we buy home consoles. No more stocks available at any time on the web and in stores, welcome the wait for restocking and other drops to try to get a console. Two years later, the situation hasn’t changed much, other than the PS5 being regularly relisted by resellers. To help you grab one of these restocks, here’s our live drop tracking of the day and all of our shopping tips:

Our inventory follow-up for Thursday July 28 live

  • 10:50 a.m.: A pack available at Fnac !
  • 10:44 a.m.: The console back in Horizon packs at CDiscount !
  • 10:33 a.m.: The console available at Leclerc !
  • 10:20 a.m.: find the console used and new at Rakuten (see below)

First restocking of the day this Thursday at the supermarket giant Leclerc. The brand offers pre-order console packs, including games, controllers, and of course, the Sony console. Leclerc was quickly followed by CDiscount this morning with a brand new re-sale of the PS5. The console is sold in Standard version and in Digital version in Horizon Forbidden West packs. If you haven’t managed to get the console, don’t worry, other restocking could follow in the morning and early afternoon at Fnac and Amazon.

As for second-hand consoles, you will always have the opportunity to find Playstation 5s for resale. New or second-hand, Sony’s console has a real value well above its base price, and resellers have understood this. Although the Playstation 5 has seen its resale price drop by several hundred euros in recent months, it remains very high, despite some interesting offers on the Rakuten site. A purchase that remains reserved for the most motivated players and who wish to avoid the waltz of drops and purchases at full speed. Just keep in mind that the Playstation 5 Digital is €399 and the Standard is €499.

For 18 months buyers have been struggling to get a Playstation 5. The new game console is in high demand, and e-commerce sites feel it during the rare restocking and new stocks. Indeed, the crowd is great on the latter while some pages collapse completely in long queues. Speed ​​is the key word of this new “sport” of which there are certain rules that can greatly benefit you. Indeed, each site has its own operation, and this slide contains a few tricks that can help you make your purchase as quickly as possible.

As you will have understood, the Playstation 5 is part of a generation of consoles released directly out of stock. Remember, when Sony’s last console was released, it was November 2020, and the coronavirus pandemic was reaching peak levels, paralyzing the economy around the world. Southeast Asia, the leading producer of semiconductor metals used in the manufacture of smart cards (ie processors and graphics processors for consoles and PCs) has been hard hit, slowing the production of consoles, graphics cards and even cars all over the world. A factor that is still felt today on the high-tech market, and particularly on that of the latest generation game consoles.

As for Playstations 5, and more generally graphics processors, the situation should not return to normal before 2024. A prediction made by Pat Gelsinger, the President and CEO of Intel, who affirms in an interview with CNBC that the production of microchips should return to its full potential by the end of 2023. A precise expertise but a bad omen for console and PC gamers who expected to be able to enjoy a stable situation by the end of 2023 the end of the year 2022.

The PS5 still suffers from many stock shortages, and although this article is not infallible, it still aims to give you the weapons to try to buy Sony’s console as soon as possible and without a hitch.

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