PS5 restock in India today (October 12th): restock time, where to pre-order, price, and more

The next PS5 restock in India is today i.e, Wednesday, October 12th, and both the PS5 disc edition and PS5 Digital edition will be available.

Highlights
  • The next PS5 restock in India will take place today i.e, October 12th at 12 PM.
  • Both standard PS5 and PS5 Digital Edition will be available during the restock.
  • During the restock, PS5 will be available on many online retailer websites.

The next PS5 restock in India is here. The gaming console will be back in stock today, just weeks after the previous one. Generally, PS5 restocks happen in India around the same time every month, but we are getting this month’s restock early. This could be a good sign indicating improving PS5 stocks in the country. The next PS5 restock is scheduled for today i.e, Wednesday, October 12th, and both the PS5 disc editions as well as Digital editions will be available to pre-order. It’s unclear which PS5 models will be available during the restock as the Bureau of Indian Standards recently approved two refreshed models of the console, hinting at an imminent launch.

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PS5 restock in India date, time

  • PS5 restock date – Wednesday, October 12th
  • 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

PS5 will be available on online retailer websites like ShopAtSC, Amazon, Flipkart, Reliance Digital, Games The Shop, Vijay Sales, and Croma. The console will be available at 12 PM on October 12th. As it’s unclear how many PS5 units will be available during the restock, it is recommended to log in to these websites a few minutes before the restock time to ensure a faster checkout. In case you miss out on getting PS5 during this restock, you can check out some local retail and electronics stores as they may have some consoles with them. That being said, there will be another PS5 restock next month.

PS5 specifications

Sony launched PS5 and PS5 Digital Edition back in November 2020. The only difference in these models is the Blu-Ray disc drive. While the standard PS5 comes with a Blu-Ray disc drive, the Digital Edition does not. Both PS5 and PS5 Digital Edition are powered by an octa-core CPU with Zen 2 cores to run at 10.28 TFLOPS alongside an AMD RDNA 2 GPU. The console features 16GB GDDR6 RAM and 825GB of internal storage. PS5 also supports expandable storage via NVMe SSD slot and you can buy compatible PS5 SSDs separately. Since PS5 is backward compatible with PS4, you can play PS4 games on PS5.