PlayStation 5 fans now have another chance to get their hands on the latest £450 console.
The seemingly impossible to get PS5 is reportedly back in stock and available to buy through EE, according to The Sun.
Existing EE customers who have so far missed out on Sony's next-gen console can finally get their hands on it by going on the phone network's app.
Once opened, members need to find the "Add to Plan" option and then select "Accessories" before adding the PlayStation 5 to their basket and checkout.
Amazon lists the PS5 as currently unavailable with no indication of when it will be back in stock but some gamers have claimed on social media to have successfully ordered the console from the site on Tuesday morning.
After sharing news of its availability, MSTVTweets wrote on Twitter: "Well done Guys! Successful Amazon drop!"
Loyal PlayStation customers will be keeping a keen eye on restocks across the tech retail space in the UK as rumours are circulating of the PS5 dropping at Very, John Lewis, Asda, ShopTo and eBuyer over the next week.
Insiders have claimed on Twitter that specialist store GAME will follow from April 6-8, with next month tipped as being a big month for PS5 restocks after a "dry spell" at the end of March.
MSTVTweets said: "Seems like a dry spell is ahead of us, but April will be good."
And there are whispers from stock tracking sites claiming consoles will land at GAME in the coming week – although, as always, nothing is guaranteed.
April looks set to be a big month for PS5 restocks.
Insiders claim console availability will be “good” after a “dry spell” at the end of March.
Rumours continue that Amazon is about to make a large drop of PS5 consoles any day now.
There are also hopes that stores like Very and John Lewis will also get their hands on the in-demand consoles in the first week of April.
MSTVTweets said: “Seems like a dry spell is ahead of us, but April will be good.”
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