- The Sony PlayStation 5 is finally getting a restock in India.
- Sony Center website confirms PS5 will go up for pre-order again in India on December 28.
- The pre-orders for the Sony PlayStation 5 will start at 12 PM (noon).
Sony Center has announced on its official ShopAtSC website that the PS5 will be available for pre-order in India starting at 12:00 PM on December 28. Sony says pre-orders will be available until stocks last at the respective retailer. Regardless of the actual number, if you have really been holding up to buy the PS5 in India, you would have to be quick about it. The standard edition of the device will be available at a price of Rs 49,990, while the digital edition will be available at a price of Rs 39,990 on the platform.
The company is planning to introduce new titles for their valuable PS Plus subscribers. Under this subscription, players can get access to 2 PS4 games and one PS5 game free to play every month. Sony has released a total of 3 titles including, Hunter’s Arena: Legends, Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville, and Tennis World Tour 2 to compete with Microsoft’s Xbox Gaming Pass.
Croma, Flipkart, Prepaid Gamer Card, and Reliance Digital — will also be getting a restock. Retailers like Zupitex and Venus Games and Electronics will not be getting stocks for pre-booking, but it will be worth it to check in with them about console availability after pre-booking has gone live at other outlets.
The listing on Flipkart shows a bunch of deals that will be available to buyers. Buyers will get a 5% cashback when using their Flipkart Axis Bank credit cards to make the purchase. Apart from this, the e-retailer offers a fixed discount of ₹ 100 on the first Flipkart Pay Later order. There is also a free EMI option available with a monthly EMI of ₹ 6,665.
What Is The Best Retailer to Pre-Book a PS5?
An informal poll conducted on an unofficial PS5 India discord server showed most customers listing Amazon as being the least worrisome throughout the experience. Meanwhile, retailers like Games The Shop have frequently come under fire for not being able to keep their website live during restocks.
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