The PS5 is available in two versions: There’s a $500 model with a Blu-ray drive and an otherwise identical $400 digital-only version with no disc slot. At this point, people are probably happy to get their hands on either one, but if you don’t have a library of optical discs — for Blu-ray movies, used games or old PS4 games — CNET recommends that you go with the $400 version.
Last week, Target and GameStop restocked their PS5 inventory and then quickly sold out. There were also no surprises this past weekend, so there’s hope for some more PS5 restocks. Rumors have been circulating that Walmart will have more systems soon, and Sony didn’t have a restock at PlayStation Direct last week, meaning one could be coming up soon. GameFly, the video game rental service, had some PS5s last week and said more were coming in May, but only for subscribers who’ve been with the service for more than 30 days.
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