Video game fans who missed out on pre-ordering a PlayStation 5 will get another chance Friday.
Retailer GameStop revealed on Twitter on Thursday it will offer more pre-orders of Sony's PS5 on Friday, Sept. 25.
GameStop didn't offer a specific time for when the pre-orders will open up to consumers.
"We are pleased to announce that further quantities of PS5 consoles will be made available to pre-order," said GameStop in its tweet, noting they will be offered both online and at stores.
Video game lovers have experienced a September scramble as pre-orders for both the PS5 and Xbox Series X launched. Both video game consoles launch in November.
We are pleased to announce that further quantities of PS5 consoles will be made available to pre-order at https://t.co/hfsGYTcy0V and in GameStop stores tomorrow, Friday 9/25. pic.twitter.com/EbRMkAe5RW— GameStop (@GameStop) September 24, 2020
The pre-orders were available across multiple retailers, but many customers hit technical snags trying to secure a pre-order. During Tuesday's rush for Xbox Series X, people reported issues with orders not applying to online carts or pages failing to load.
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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: PlayStation 5 pre-orders: GameStop says it will offer more Sept. 25