Amazon PS5 restock update: Start time for new PlayStation 5 console stock drop

Amazon PS5 restock update: Start time for new PlayStation 5 console stock drop

A NEW Amazon PS5 stock drop is reportedly happening this week, with the retailer expected to open its digital store for gamers to buy a brand new PlayStation 5 console sometime over

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UPDATE: The next Amazon PS5 stock drop is reportedly happening in the next 24-hours and could start between 8am and 11am BST today.

Unfortunately, reporting PS5 restock events remains tricky due to supply chain issues, meaning that the expected consoles could arrive later this week, perhaps on August 26. But it will still be worth keeping tabs on the Amazon PS5 site until the end of the month, with thousands of more consoles expected to arrive very soon.

UPDATE: While a PS5 stock drop is still expected from Amazon this week, gamers were lucky enough to see another restock from Very today.

 

The August 24 shipment arrived unannounced and provided gamers with another opportunity to buy a next-gen console. August 25 could be the next chance for gamers to buy a PlayStation 5, although this date remains a rumour for now.

ORIGINAL: New PS5 deals are going live this week and could prove to be the final drop of the month for gamers trying to buy a next-gen console.

 

His Japanese great-grandparents and grandparents were imprisoned in an American World War II internment camp and now he has carried the flag for Team USA at the Paralympic Games opening ceremony in Tokyo.

 

Chuck Aoki, who captains the wheelchair rugby team, was born in Minneapolis with hereditary sensory autonomic neuropathy, a rare genetic disorder that means he has no feeling in his hands or feet.

 

AIKEN, SC (WFXG) – A woman from Aiken is set to represent Team USA in wheelchair fencing at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo this week. Ellen Geddes, who is currently ranked No. 1 in both Foil and Epee, is competing in two individual events as well as two team events.

 

“It has been a lot of hard work,” Ellen says. “Fencing was a hard sport to take up right after I had been injured and I was still learning my body and the chair.” Ellen was injured a decade ago after a crash left her with a spinal cord injury at T10. She spent some time at the Shepherd Center in Atlanta for rehab when one day she saw the Shepherd wheelchair fencing team practicing. “Their captain Dennis Asby asked me if I thought it would be fun to stab people and I said yes,” she says.

 

That was in 2011. She started competing in 2012, went to her first World Championship in 2013 and now she’s about to compete in the Tokyo Paralympics. “The level of pride we have for her, it can’t be described,” says Ellen’s dad, Jim. “It’s a good example of never looking back, never giving up and just looking forward.”

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