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Walmart PS5 & Xbox Series X Restock Ruined By Website Errors

Gamers trying to buy a PS5 or Xbox Series X from Walmart yesterday were left disappointed, thanks to a load of website glitches, crashes, and errors.

The PS5 has been almost impossible to buy since it launched last November. This is mostly down to the number of consoles available not meeting the huge demand.

Although it looks like the PS5 stock shortage could be coming to an end, Microsoft has revealed that Xbox Series X consoles will be scarce into 2022.

There is another problem that has been preventing customers from buying a PS5 though and it is even more frustrating than a lack of stock. The Walmart website has been having huge issues during a recent PS5 restock.

But first, if you’re still after a next-gen console, check out all of the console restocks happening this week:


Walmart Website Crashes, Glitches & Errors During November 1 PS5 & Xbox Series X Restock

In case you missed it, there was a huge PS5 and Xbox Series X restock at Walmart yesterday. However, many potential customers were left empty-handed, thanks to a load of issues with the website.

When trying to buy a console from the Walmart website yesterday, many customers encountered a very frustrating issue that put them in a loading loop.

This meant that they couldn’t join the line to get a PS5 or Xbox Series X in the restock.

Read More: How to Buy a PS5, Xbox Series X, or Nintendo Switch OLED From Walmart

Meanwhile, others got an error message while they were waiting in the queue. This kicked them out of the queue and stopped them from buying a console.

Also Read: Walmart Plus Members Get Early Access PS5 Restocks

Let’s just hope that all of these issues are resolved soon. After all, leaks have revealed Walmart’s huge Black Friday PS5 and Xbox Series X restock plans.

Unfortunately, Walmart is having issues getting consoles to customers outside of its website too. Not only has Walmart delayed a load of PS5 shipments, but it has also canceled console orders too.

In other news, check out the sales figures for next-gen consoles:

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