“Everyone who wants a PS5 should have a much easier time finding one at retailers globally, starting from this point forward,” said the company’s gaming boss Jim Ryan. Sony also said it sold around 30 million consoles at this point which is about 5 million more than the last time it released sales numbers.
Ryan also touched upon supply chain demands and thanked PlayStation fans for their patience as Sony was working to “manage unprecedented demand amid global challenges over the past two years.” In India, the PlayStation 5 restock was constantly reported upon.
PlayStation 5 price in India
The standalone PS5 Digital Edition costs Rs 44,990 and the 4K Blu-ray-equipped PS5 is priced at Rs 54,990. Both consoles received a price hike last year. Sony is also selling the PS5 Digital Edition Forbidden West bundle at a price of Rs 48,490 and the disc-equipped PS5 Forbidden West bundle for Rs 58,990.
PlayStation 5 is currently unavailable
At the time of writing this report, we checked Amazon and Sony Center for the availability of the PlayStation 5. None of the versions and models of the console is available for purchase as of now. Furthermore, there is no information on when the console will be back in stock. The last PS5 restock was in November.
PS5 accessibility controller kit for disabled gamers
Sony also unveiled a customisable accessibility controller kit for PS5 for players with disabilities. The company says that the controller is developed with key contributions from accessibility experts, community members and game developers.
“It is built to address common challenges faced by many players with limited motor control, including difficulty holding a controller for long periods, accurately pressing small clusters of buttons or triggers, or positioning thumbs and fingers optimally on a standard controller,” Sony added.
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