PS5 restock in India today (August 22nd): pre-order time, price, where to buy

  • PS5 will go on sale in India once again today at 12 pm IST.
  • It will go on sale via Amazon, Flipkart, Vijay Sales, Croma, and Reliance Digital store.
  • The PS5 restock will only be available as a Horizon Forbidden West-themed bundle.

PS5 restock in India is back once again. The gaming console will be up for grabs in the country today i.e. Monday, August 22nd. The new restock date was announced last week. Notably, the gaming console will only be available in a Horizon Forbidden West bundle. The PS5 Horizon Forbidden West Digital bundle price in India starts from Rs 43,990. Previously, Sony was shipping the PlayStation with a Gran Turismo 7 bundle at Rs 54,990. The new PS5 Horizon Forbidden West bundle has been praised in reviews and is likely to offer an excellent experience right out of the box.

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PS5 restock in India date, price, where to buy

A teaser on Sony Center ASC last week reveaed that interested buyers will witness the PS5 restock in India on Monday, August 22nd at 12:00 PM in Horizon Forbidden West Standard and Digital Edition options. The Digital Edition will retail at Rs 43,990, while the bulky disc variant of the PlayStation 5 will set you back Rs 53,990. This is a bit cheaper than the previous Gran Turismo 7 bundle.

PS5 restock

This fifth-gen Sony console will be up for pre-orders via Amazon, Flipkart, Vijay Sales, Croma, and Reliance Digital store. Given the popularity of PS5 and its limited supplies due to global chip shortages, chances are it’ll be out of stock in a matter of minutes. So, if you want to grab it, you better be quick.

PS5 specifications

The PlayStation 5’s Digital Edition version is the cheaper of the two models and features an octa-core CPU based on Zen 2 architecture. The console supports 16GB GDDR6 RAM and 825GB of internal storage. The Digital Edition also supports storage expansion using compatible PS5 SSDs. The only difference between Digital Edition and Standard is that the latter supports physical Blu-ray discs.