Sony Playstation 5 Pre-Orders India – Went LIVE at 12pm, Stock Sells out in minutes: Demand for PlayStation 5 is growing day by day where the company is trying its best to fulfill demands during the Pandemics. Today, Sony had restocked the PlayStation 5 at the digital store for pre-order in India. At 12:00 pm Pre-Registrations got started for the consoles which got out of stock in few minutes. If we look into details, Pre-orders went live at 12:00 pm and sold out by 12:05 pm.
Sony Playstation 5 Pre-Orders India: Is it Out of Stock for now?
Amazon and Flipkart ran out of stock within two minutes of going live. If you couldn’t get your PlayStation 5 ordered, then you have to wait for some time as there is no such info about more restocks in India. This is not the first time when pre-order sell of PlayStation went out of stock in minutes. PlayStation 5 restocks have gone out in a blink after it went live at 12pm and disappeared in 5 minutes.
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Sony Playstation 5 Pre-Orders India – When PS5 Re-stocking in India will be done?
PlayStation got out of stock from Amazon, Flipkart, Prepaid Gamer Card, Sony Center, Games The Shop, Reliance Digital, Vijay Sales, and all other platforms that offer delivery in India. Above mentioned digital platforms have opened the pre-orders for PlayStation 5 restock where other platforms keep displaying “sold out /unavailable”. Due to high traffic on this, many PlayStation 5 selling platforms got crashed as well. Although, Flipkart shows a Release Date of May 25th, 2021. Chances are there might be a PS5 Restock India on that day.
Sony Playstation 5 Pre-Orders India
There is no official information from Sony on when the PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 5 Digital edition will back in online stores in India. This was the first restock for PlayStation 5 after the launch of the next-generation console in February 2021 in India. In a recent interview with some news outlets, Sony’s Chief Financial Official Hiroki Totoki, stated, “I don’t think demand is calming down this year, and even if we secure a lot more devices and produce many more units of the PlayStation 5 next year, our supply wouldn’t be able to catch up with demand,” Totoki said at a closed-door briefing. The shortage of semiconductors is one factor, but there are other factors that will impact the production volume.”