PS5 restock in India will take place on Friday, May 13, much to the delight of PlayStation fans. It will be happening at 12 PM IST. A new PS5 restock will happen in India today. To recap, Sony introduced the console in 2020. To recall, the PS5 went up for pre-order in December last year. Regrettably, the PS5 stocks have been in short supply. Buyers have to wait with bated breath for monthly restocks to buy one. Moreover, console units are limited even during PS5 restocks. So, it is barely surprising that they get sold out in a jiffy.
It looks like buyers waiting to get their hands on PS5 are in for a huge disappointment. Notably, the PS5 stock shortage is likely to continue in 2022. Sony will be manufacturing more PS4 units to combat this shortage. However, you can now take advantage of the PS5 India restock. During the restock, you can purchase the PS5 + Gran Turismo 7 bundle, PS5 Digital Edition, and PS5. Now, the PS5 restock will take place on May 13 at 12 PM IST. The PS5 Digital Edition will retail for INR 39,990 in India. The PS5 carries a price tag of INR 49,990.
PS5 Restock Date & Time In India
Lastly, you’d need to shell out INR 54,990 to buy the PS5 + Gran Turismo 7 bundle. Moreover, the PS5 is available for purchase online. You can buy it from Vijay Sales, Games The Shop, and Croma. Alternatively, you can place your order on Reliance Digital, Flipkart, ShopAtSC, and Amazon. You will be able to pre-order PS5 via these websites starting from 12:00 PM IST. However, PS5 stocks are usually quite limited. So, you can log in to these websites before the pre-order starts. This will ensure a faster checkout. Fret not, if you miss out on ordering a PS5 this time.
Sony will soon announce another PS5 restock. Sony’s PlayStation 5 is quite popular among avid gamers. The console supports some of the fan-favorite games. For instance, GTA 5 and GTA Online were made available on PS5 back in March. The Japanese multinational conglomerate company has launched the new console in two versions. These include the PS5 Digital Edition and the PS5. Both consoles come with an octa-core CPU. Moreover, this CPU uses the Zen 2 architecture and runs at 10.28 TFLOPS. Aside from this, they pack an AMD RDNA 2 GPU under the hood.
Moreover, these consoles ship with 16GB of GDDR6 RAM and offer 825GB of onboard storage. Further, the PS5 and PS5 Digital Edition offer storage expansion support. You can any compatible PS5 SSDs to expand the internal storage. The most notable difference between the PS5 and PS5 Digital Edition is that the former features a Blu-Ray disc drive. However, the PS5 Digital Edition lacks the Blu-Ray disc drive. Moreover, you can play multiple PS4 games on PS5 since it is backward compatible.