India PS5 Restock: PlayStation 5, PS5 Digital Edition, Gran Turismo 7 Bundle will be available on May 13

The PlayStation 5 will be available for pre-order in India on Friday, May 13 at 12 p.m. IST (noon). Those looking to get their hands on Sony’s next-gen gaming console have three choices: the Blu-ray-equipped PlayStation 5, the PS5 Digital Edition, and the PS5 Gran Turismo 7 Bundle. There is currently no information on the date of shipment and delivery to date. While the new PS5 India restock has been announced on Sony Center website ShopAtSC, the flagship console is expected to be available on other websites including Amazon, Flipkart, Croma, and Reliance Digital among others.

The May 13 Restock development comes nearly three weeks after the PlayStation 5 went on sale in India on April 22. According to the banner on ShopAtSC, customers will be able to pre-book PlayStation 5 at Rs. 49,990, PS5 Digital Edition, PS5 Digital Edition at Rs. 39,990 and PS5 Gran Turismo 7 Bundle at Rs. 54,490.

The last of them offers Blu-ray PS5 and Gran Turismo 7 Standard Edition. Considering Gran Turismo 7 Standard Edition is priced at Rs. 4,999, the PS5 Gran Turismo 7 Bundle is effectively offering a Rs. 499 discount. It should also be noted that the PlayStation 5 may be available with the bundle on certain channels. This was also the case with the April restock.

Other online e-commerce platforms including Amazon, Flipkart, Games The Shop, Vijay Sales and Croma are also expected to carry the PS5. For now though, they are showing the console out of stock – which is only natural. Pre-bookings are set to open at noon on May 13, although as we’ve seen in the past most of them don’t handle this very well.

The next India restock for PlayStation 5, PS5 Digital Edition, and PS5 Gran Turismo 7 Bundle will be on Friday, May 13.

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