Sony PS5 to be restocked on July 26 in India
Sony PlayStation 5 will be available on pre-orders for the sixth time in India in a few days via Sony Center. Here's all you need to know.
People awaiting an opportunity to buy a Sony PlayStation 5 are in for good news. The gaming console is all set to be restocked in India and on July 26. Sony will be hosting another pre-order round for the PS5 via the Sony Center platform.
It is revealed that the pre-orders will begin at 12 pm. Other online portals such as Amazon India, Games The Shop, and Vijay Sales, and more are also expected to make the pre-orders live.
Sony PS5 pre-orders going live again
One should note that it is still not confirmed if PS5 will be up for pre-booking via third-party platforms. Plus, there's no word on the PlayStation 5 Digital Edition's availability for the pre-orders. Although, both the Blu-ray-equipped PS5 and the PS5 Digital Edition sans the disk were available the last time it when on pre-orders on July 12.
To recall, the Sony PlayStation 5 Standard version with the disk is priced at Rs 349,990 while the digital version will be priced at Rs 39,990. The controller to go with the console, as well as, the exclusive games will be up for grabs too.
While this is your sixth chance to get hold of the Sony gaming console, you must know that it won't come easy. In the past too, PS5 stocks have ended up within a few seconds. Hence, it gets imperative to be on the edge of your seats and be quick enough to act.
To recall, the Sony PlayStation 5 comes with 8K gaming support at up to 120fps. It also comes with support for 4K TV gaming, which can enable a 120Hz refresh rate for smooth gameplay. PS5 also gets HDR TV tech.
There's also support for Tempest 3D AudioTech that will ensure an immersive gaming experience through headphones or TV speakers. The Dual Sense controller enables the arguably best haptics feedback.
The new Sony console also comes with a variety of exclusive titles such as Spider-Man Miles Morale, Demon's Souls, Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart, and more.
Published:Fri, July 23, 2021 7:19pm