Sony Center has announced on its official website ShopAtSC that the PS5 will be relaunched in India at 12 noon on Monday, July 26. Games The Shop and Vijay Sales told Advertisement Shout that they will also accept orders. Although it has not been confirmed, other common retailers-Amazon India, Croma, Flipkart, Prepaid Gamer Card and Reliance Digital-are also likely to replenish their stocks. We will update this article once we learn more. This will be the sixth time that PlayStation 5 has officially restocked in India. Unfortunately, there does not seem to be any indication that the digital version of PS5 has been offered simultaneously in the past several times.
The replenishment date of PlayStation 5 on July 26 is 14 days after Sony’s next-generation game console was last released in India, reflecting in some respects the PS5 pre-order situation in May, when PS5 received the second replenishment just 10 days ago PS5 and PS5 digital version. At that time, it was reported that Sony hoped that the delivery time of PlayStation 5 would be around the release date of “Ratchet and Clank: Between the Rift.” The only PS5 game currently appearing is “Tsima Island Director’s Cut Edition” (released on August 20), so maybe this is the reason. However, the Sony Center has not announced when these new wave of PS5 pre-orders will be shipped.
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As always, don’t expect PS5 inventory to last for more than a few minutes or even a few seconds. Only certain sites can even handle the load to start. Recently, Croma, Games The Shop and Prepaid Gamer Card have all faced technical problems. Amazon and Flipkart also have some problems, although they are usually on par with the Sony Center.
PS5 will be available on Games The Shop, Sony Center and Vijay Sales on Monday, July 26. Amazon India, Croma, Flipkart, Prepaid Gamer Card and Reliance Digital should also have it. That said, you might get better luck in a local game store nearby, so call them too.
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