Sony won't allow PS5 to be sold at Norwegian retailers, says a report from Norwegian website Gamer.no. According to sources, potential buyers won't be able to simply pick up a next-gen console from their local outlets when it launches next month, as per orders from Sony.
Supposedly, the Japanese giant doesn't want to put customers at risk — it wants to avoid any situations where people could gather in one place and potentially spread Covid-19. As such, it's against having people queue for PS5 in shops.
At the time of writing, it's unclear whether Sony will enforce these restrictions across the rest of Europe and beyond. We'll keep you updated.