PlayStation 5 India prices announced: Details, price, specifications


Sony has finally announced the India prices for the PlayStation 5. This new console will cost ₹49,990 for the normal edition and it has been priced ₹39,990 for the digital edition. Apart from this, the prices of the PS5 accessories are out as well. 

The DualSense Wireless Controller will cost you ₹5,990, the HD camera comes for a ₹5,190, the Pulse 3D Wireless Headset is for ₹8,590, and the media remote is for ₹2,590 and the DualSense Charging Station costs ₹2,590. 

Sony also has released the price details of a number of the PS5 games which include Demon’s Souls and Marvel Spiderman Miles Morales: Ultimate Edition. 

Demon’s Soul, Destruction Allstars and Marvel Spiderman Miles Morales: Ultimate Edition cost ₹4,999. And Sackboy A Big Adventure and Marvel Spiderman: Miles Morales has been priced at ₹3,999. 

Now, it should be mentioned here that Sony is yet to confirm a release date for the console, as well as accessories and the games, in India. Sony has said that the local import regulations for the delay in announcing a date, but then it is expected to be soon. 

The company has also mentioned that the release date on the India website – November 19, 2020. It was spotted by some users on Twitter and it was also confirmed later by Mako Reactor as well.

The PlayStation 5 console pricing is on the same level as Microsoft’s next generation Xbox. The Xbox Series X will set you back by INR 49,990 while the smaller Xbox Series S is priced at INR 34,990. Now, while both the PlayStation 5 consoles have the exact same hardware and processing power barring the lack of disc drive on the digital edition. The Xbox Series S has process which is comparatively slower as compared to the Xbox Series X. There is no optical drive, and there is only half the storage space.

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