PlayStation Portal stock is seemingly hard to come by as PlayStation’s Remote Player has officially launched.
The PlayStation Portal was released last week, allowing players to use Remote Play to stream PlayStation 5 games to the device.
Our PlayStation Portal review said: “PlayStation Portal is a solution to a problem that not everyone has. The hardware is excellent, and it does exactly what it advertises, but the use cases for PlayStation Portal aren’t plentiful.
There will be people for whom this machine is a godsend and others who equally couldn’t find a reason to use it if they tried. The Bluetooth situation is the only real black mark against the machine, but it’s a significant one.”
But where can you buy the PlayStation Portal? Where is the PlayStation Portal in stock? Read on to find out.
PlayStation Portal Stock: Amazon
The PlayStation Portal hasn’t been in stock since launch, and it’s currently unclear if the PlayStation Portal will return to Amazon.
You will soon be able to buy the PlayStation Portal from Sony‘s official online store.
Currently, the UK PlayStation Direct site has a message reading: “Not in stock? We’re working hard to make more stock available. Please check back on Wednesday 22nd November.”
Meanwhile, the US PlayStation Direct site says: “Not in stock? Please check back early December for more details on stock availability.”
As of launch day, Smyths had limited PlayStation Portal Remote Players available in local stores, however at the time of writing, there are none in stock. The item also isn’t available for ordering online.