Earlier this week, PlayStation 5 preorders went live ahead of schedule, shortly after a new showcase confirmed the new system's release date and price. Unfortunately, the process from there hasn't been the smoothest; many Amazon customers are reporting some potentially bad news concerning their orders.
With false checkouts, timed-out websites, and server overloads, the chaotic preorder process has many worried that their secured systems might not be as secure as they thought. For those that preordered through Amazon, the online store has been sending out mass emails to those who pre-purchased, saying the high demand for PS5 means the systems may not arrive on launch day.
Our own Daniel Tack is among those that received the email, as seen below:
The email above states that some may not receive their preordered unit by the promised launch day “due to high demand.” Though not the type of email one wants to see, the retailer did add that they will “make every effort to get th..