The courier company has pointed the finger at Yodel.
The UK retailer has emailed PlayStation 5 pre-order customers, warning them that not all orders will be delivered tomorrow, November 19th, leaving the blame largely on courier company Yodel.
“Our goal has always been to make sure that the release date is as timely as possible for the release date,” Game PS5 pre-order customers said in her email, “so we had to secure multiple couriers to try and help achieve this.” .
However, as it continues to be “out of control of the game”, one company, Jodel, said they would be unable to deliver all PS5s on launch day as a result of “problems with their network capabilities”. Elsewhere, the game suggests that the “PSD” may be responsible for the perfect volume of the new PS5, as well as the “size of the product”, the day before the launch of these “Delivery Challenges”.
Undoubtedly this is a frustrating situation for all those who secured the PlayStation 5 pre-order from the game based on reasonable assumptions to arrive on launch day and the company advised customers to monitor updates sent directly from Jodel to see if they have their order among customers affected by delay. A.
“We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you, but we can assure you that your console is packed and ready to be delivered by one of our couriers,” the game’s email said.