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PlayStation 5 Restock in India: PS5 Pre-Orders on May 17



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PlayStation 5 restocks are expected soon in India. Sony-authorized dealer has listed PS5 consoles for pre-booking starting May 17. The PS5 comes in two models — standard edition and Digital Edition. The former is the only model Sony has made available to Indian customers for now.

PS5  Pre-orders

The Sony Center website has put up a banner that announces the pre-order details for the PS5. It shows that customers can pre-book the console starting May 17 at 12 pm (noon). The standard edition will be up for grabs — no surprises there — at Rs. 49,990. There’s no information on when shipping is expected to begin.

It should be noted that at the time of writing, the next-gen console hasn’t been listed for pre-orders on other leading online portals such as Amazon, Flipkart, and Reliance Digital.

It is also important to note that Sony Center is a third-party retail partner of Sony. So, the pre-order availability of the PS5 should not be considered as an official restock update from the manufacturer.

PlayStation 5 Restock in India

Earlier this month, Reliance Digital reportedly listed the PS5 to be in stock and accepted orders from customers. However, several users soon started reporting that their orders were canceled. Ps5 restock in India, ps5 preorders in India, PlayStation 5 preorder in India, with refunds being issued by the online retailer.

When the PS5 went up for pre-orders for the first time in India back in January, the console was sold out within minutes. Ever since there has been an acute shortage of PS5 stocks in India and several other countries around the world. Earlier this week, Sony warned a group of analysts that the PS5 will remain in short supply through the next year. Sony said while reporting its financial results that it had sold 7.8 million units of the PS5 through March 31. It also said that at least 14.8 million units are targeted to be sold in the current fiscal year.

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