Sony’s next-gen console, aka the PlayStation 5, has been available for almost two years now, but supplies are still very tight as of this writing. For which we are going to help you in your quest by sharing all the offers currently available for the PS5.
Launched at the end of 2020, the PlayStation 5 is still a highly coveted console, where demand is still much higher than supply, unfortunately for the general public. However, it happens that there are stocks of PS5 popping up from time to time at the various e-tailers, and the restocking happens much more frequently than before. You will therefore find in this article all the current offers for the Sony machine.
Where to find the PS5 in stock?
The standard PlayStation 5 is sold at the recommended retail price of 499 euros and the Digital Edition (without Blu-Ray player) at 399 euros. In the table below, you will find all the merchants who offer the PS5. Prepare to press F5!
The current offers for the PS5
Today, SFR is offering stock for the PlayStation 5, via a pack with its Fiber subscription. The classic PS5 is then available at 169 euros to be paid once + 8 euros per month for 24 months and the Digital Edition at 69 euros per month to be paid once + 8 euros per month for 24 months. In both cases, you will have to subscribe to an SFR Fiber offer offered at 42 euros per month the first year, then 60 euros per month, which commits you for 2 years.
PS5: a truly next-gen console
The PlayStation 5 is Sony’s new console, which offers a very different design compared to its predecessor the PS4, with interchangeable shells, as well as a brand new controller. No more DualShock, now here is DualSense. This controller fits the shape of the hands better, keeps the analog sticks aligned and above all brings new features, such as adaptive triggers or haptic vibrations, which represent a real game changer to promote immersion in a game. Autonomy is not improved, but the; controller charges much faster than before thanks to its USB-C port.
In terms of the technical sheet, we find a power of 10 teraflops thanks to AMD’s RDNA 2 architecture, with the possibility of running games up to 8K according to what is displayed on the console box. Anyway, most games of the moment run in 4K at 30 or 60 fps, even 120 depending on the title and if you have a compatible television. Moreover, the PS5 recently updated to improve visual quality by now allowing VRR (Variable Refresh Rate).
Everything has been redesigned for Sony’s new console, down to the interface which is completely different from that of the PS4. We see a new sleek design, new community features and especially the integration of the PlayStation Store. That’s not all, since the PS+ subscription is also incorporated into this interface, logical since the subscription offers a kind of Game Pass like on different levels (Essential/Extra/Premium) in order to take advantage of a whole toy library of free games, old and new, so from the PS1 to the PS5, even including the PSP, as well as the possibility of playing in streaming, depending on the titles.
To find out even more, do not hesitate to read our complete test on the PlayStation 5.
Which console to choose?
To find out more about the fabulous world of video games, we invite you now to consult our guide to the best consoles in 2022.