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You can get a PS5 at GameStop right now (UPDATE: Sold Out)

You can get a PS5 at GameStop right now (UPDATE: Sold Out)

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Another opportunity to buy one, if you’re lucky

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Update May 19th, 2021, 5:03 PM ET: GameStop has sold out of both PS5 bundles.

GameStop has released some precious stock of the PS5 consoles, both for the $499.99 disc-based version and the disc-less model that costs $100 less. However, it’s offering them in bundles, as GameStop has been wont to do since the console launched late last year. Stock is coming in and out, as usual, so stay on the page if you want to ensure the best chance that you’ll get one.

You can get the disc-based console with Returnal, MLB The Show 21, an extra DualSense controller, and a $20 GameStop gift card for $729.99.

$730

A bundle that includes the $500 next-gen console, two games (Returnal and MLB The Show 21), an extra DualSense controller, plus a GameStop $20 gift card.

Alternatively, the disc-less model comes in a $599.99 bundle that includes a second DualSense controller, a $20 GameStop gift card, a $50 credit for the PlayStation Store, and a one-year subscription to PS Plus for online gaming and complimentary downloads each month.

$600

A bundle, which includes the $400 PS5 Digital Edition, plus one-year memberships to PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now, in addition to an extra game controller and a $20 gift card to GameStop.

If you want some extra games and accessories for your (hopefully) new PS5, check out some suggestions below:

$110

Seagate’s external hard drive is great if you want to store your PS4 games on your PS5 without taking up precious SSD space. Right now, you can also buy the 4TB model for $109.99 instead of $124.99 at Amazon and Best Buy. Just note that you won’t be able to use it to play PS5 titles, though a firmware update allows you to off-load them onto a hard drive like this one.

$50

The black DualSense controller sports the same hardware as the original — haptic feedback, adaptive triggers, etc. — only with a two-tone black design reminiscent of PS2, PS3, and PS4 consoles.

$50

Like the original DualSense controller, the cosmic red model features adaptive triggers and haptic feedback but with a vibrant red-and-black design.

$35

A remake of the 2009 game Demon’s Souls by FromSoftware, rebuilt from the ground up by Bluepoint Games.