You can get your hands on a Playstation 5 this morning, with new stock dropping across the UK.

The in-demand console is currently in stock at Game and Cash Converters.

The Playstation 5 remains the most sought-after gadget on the planet right now with gamers desperately trying to get their hands on a new console.

Since its November 2020 release, Brits have found it nearly impossible to find Sony’s latest gaming console.

But UK gaming fans have been given hope with stock currently available at Game and Cash Converters.

PS5 stock at Game

Game have confirmed they will be releasing new PS5 stock this morning.

Twitter account PS5 Stock UK (@PS5StockAlertUK) said: "GAME has confirmed via this image on their Facebook page that they’ll be dropping this morning, just as we predicted.

"Should be between now and 11:30am."

PS5 stock at Cash Converters

A range of Playstation 5 consoles are currently available at Cash Converters.

Most begin at £649.99 with a postage cost of £5.99.

But some consoles are available for as little as £549.99.

PS5 stock shortage

Gamers have been struggling to get their hands on Playstation 5s since the console was released in November 2020.

While stock drops have been continuous throughout the period, new consoles are often snapped up within minutes of going online.

The demand has been so great that Game were forced to introduce new measures to assure a fair process when purchasing PS5s.

It said: “PlayStation 5's continue to be in very high demand and that demand far outweighs current supply.

“We have strong measures in place to help ensure that our ‘1 per customer’ statement is maintained to allow for as many individual customers to successfully purchase as possible.

“All pre-orders are subject to automatic checks.

“Order updates take place after a customer will have received a valid order confirmation email.

“At the present time these orders are still pre-orders and as such no payments have yet been taken from customers.

“Payments will commence once our order checks have been completed.”