Electronic giant Sony, announces to launch PlayStation 5 in India Tomorrow on February 2. This device will be available for pre-orders from January 12. Initially Sony, announced to launch PlayStation 5 in India on November 19, but due to various reasons it was not launched. Now Sony is finally launching PlayStation 5 in India on February 2.
Back in June 2020, Sony unveiled Sony PlayStation 5 and it went on sale in some markets on November 12. As per earlier reports the Sony PlayStation 5 was expected to come to India in November. Now Sony PlayStation 5 is being launched tomorrow on February 2. The pre-order for PlayStation 5 will start from January 12 in India and it will be available for pre-order on on Amazon.in, Flipkart, Croma, Reliance Digital, and a bunch of other retail partners.
Sony is launched PlayStation 5 in India on February 2, but still did not reviled any information about the launch of this device in other South Asian countries. Lovers of PlayStation 5 gaming consoles are still waiting for the fast arrival of this device globally. We still don’t have any word about the global availability of this device.
PlayStation 5 lovers in India will be able to place pre-order for this device on the Amazon.in, Flipkart, Croma, Reliance Digital, and a bunch of other retail partners, stating from January 12. India is world’s second largest Internet market and now the PlayStation 5 in India on February 2. Availability of PlayStation 5 in India will further fuel the growth of the company.
The price of PlayStation 5 expected to be around rupees 49,990 ($685), while the digital edition will cost less and it will come at a cost of rupees 39,990 ($550). The Standard Edition is around rupees 10,000 more expensive and it comes with a disc drive.
The accessories of PlayStation 5 cost is starting from rupees INR2,590 ($35/€30) and the max price might go up to INR8,590 ($120/€95).
As of now the Xbox consoles from Microsoft is facing shortage in India. The Microsoft is struggling to meet the Xbox consoles demand in India.
It is to see that how Sony will meet the demand of PlayStation 5 in India after the launch in India.