PS5 Ratchet & Clank pack on sale in France, coming to UK – –

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PS5 Ratchet & Clank pack on sale in France, coming to UK – –


The previously leaked Ratchet & Clank PS5 console bundle is now listed on a UK store’s website.
Smyths Toys is selling the pack – which includes the PS5 console, a DualSense controller, and a physical copy of Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart – for £ 509.99.

Unsurprisingly, the site doesn’t appear to have any stock available for home delivery or in-store pickup yet, but it does indicate that the lot is “expected in stock June 11-18,” meaning it could be. available later today.

News of the bundle first emerged on June 2, when a listing for a PS5 console including Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart has been added to the product database for the French distributor Boulanger.

PS5 Ratchet & Clank pack on sale in France, coming to UK

The packaging design was then confirmed earlier this week by French news site Station of Play, where its EU price was € 569.99.

And social media posts (see below) suggest the pack is already on sale in France.

The site also said that between 10,000 and 12,000 of these bundles would be available in France, with “a nice delivery of standard consoles” expected by the end of June. There is currently no indication of how much stock the UK will receive.

This is the second time this month that unannounced material has been spotted on Boulanger’s system.

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Last week, the Switch Pro was spotted on Boulanger’s database, with a suggested price of € 399.

The supposed list of the new Nintendo Switch hardware model expected from Nintendo was shared on social networks after the French publication centre – who previously leaked Pokémon’s Diamond and Pearl remakes before their official announcement – claimed to have checked a retail listing for a new Switch SKU.

This list, however, was due to go live on Friday, June 4, which ultimately did not happen.

Sony recently confirmed that 3.3 million PS5 consoles had shipped in the three months leading up to March 31, with supply limited by the unavailability of parts which could lead to PS5 shortages through 2022.

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