PS5 India restock today (November 11th): restock time, where to pre-order, price, and more

PS5 India restock is today i.e. Friday, November 11th. This is the first restock after the PS5 received a price hike in India. Check out the new pricing and where to buy.

  • The next PS5 restock date in India is on Friday, November 11th.
  • During the restock, PS5 will be available in a bundle with Horizon Forbidden West.
  • The next restock will see the PS5 at higher prices following a recent price hike.

The next PS5 India restock date for India was revealed earlier this week. The popular gaming console will be available for pre-order today i.e. Friday, November 11th through various e-commerce websites. During the restock, the console will be available bundled with Horizon Forbidden West. What could have made this restock even better would be PS5 bundled with the newly launched God of War Ragnarok. To recall, Sony recently increased the price of PS5 in India by Rs 5,000, which means the PS5 bundle that will go on sale today will be more expensive than before.

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PS5 restock in India date, time

  • PS5 restock date – November 11th, 2022
  • PS5 restock time – 12 PM IST

PS5 price in India

  • PS5 with Horizon Forbidden West – Rs 58,990
  • PS5 Digital Edition with Horizon Forbidden West – Rs 48,490

Where to buy PS5 in India

During the PS5 restock, the console will be available to pre-order via online retailers like ShopAtSC, Amazon, Games The Shop, Flipkart, Croma, Vijay Sales, and Reliance Digital. You can pre-order PS5 from these websites from 12 PM on November 11th. Since it’s unclear how many units of the console will be available at the restock, it is best to login into these websites a few minutes before 12 PM to ensure a faster checkout. Generally, PS5 stocks are sold out within minutes, so a faster checkout will be really helpful. If you still miss out on getting a PS5, another restock will take place soon. You can also check out local retailers and electronics stores that may have some PS5 stocks with them.

PS5 specifications

Sony had launched PS5 and PS5 Digital Edition back in 2020. The only difference between these consoles is that the standard PS5 comes with a Blu-Ray disc drive, while the Digital Edition doesn’t. The PS5 is powered by an octa-core CPU based on Zen 2 architecture to run at 10.28 TFLOPS along with an AMD RDNA 2 GPU. The console comes with 16GB GDDR6 RAM and 825GB internal storage. You can also increase the storage of PS5 using a compatible NVMe SSD.