PS5 restock in India on September 26th: restock time, where to pre-order, price, and more

The next PS5 restock in India will let you pre-order the disc edition as well as the Digital Edition.

Highlights
  • Some PlayStation fans have spotted the next PS5 restock date on Amazon.
  • PS5 restock is scheduled to take place on September 26th.
  • Both PS5 disc edition and PS5 Digital Edition will be available to pre-order during the restock.

The next PS5 restock date for India has been revealed. Some PlayStation fans have apparently spotted the PS5 restock date listing on Amazon and it will be available for pre-order on September 26th. Both PS5 disc edition and Digital Edition will be available during the upcoming PS5 restock. That being said, it’s unclear how many units will be available as the stocks have been limited in previous restocks. The console should also be available on all other major retailer websites during the restock for a limited period.

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PS5 restock in India date, time

  • PS5 restock date – September 26th, 2022
  • PS5 restock time – 12 PM IST

PS5 price in India

  • PS5 Digital Edition – Rs 39,990
  • PS5 – Rs 49,990

Where to buy PS5 in India

Although Amazon is the only website currently showing the PS5 resctok date, the console will likely be available to pre-order on ShopAtSC, Flipkart, Vijay Sales, Reliance Digital, Croma, and Games The Shop as well. You can pre-order the console from these websites at 12 PM on September 26th. Since PS5 stocks could be limited, it is recommended to login into these websites a few minutes before 12 PM to ensure that you check out faster. If you still miss out on getting the console, you can wait for the next PS5 restock that should take place in October. Some local retailers and electronic stores may have some PS5 consoles with them, so you can check out local stores in your area as well.

PS5 specifications

Sony had launched two versions of its current-gen console, PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 5 Digital Edition. The Digital Edition does not come with a Blu-Ray disc drive, while the standard PS5 does. Both of these models are powered by an octa-core CPU with Zen 2 cores to run at 10.28 TFLOPS alongside AMD RDNA 2 GPU. The PS5 features 16GB GDDR6 RAM and 825GB of internal storage. The console also has an NVMe SSD slot that can be used for storage expansion with compatible PS5 SSDs. The PS5 is backward compatible with PS4, which lets you play PS4 games on the PS5.