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Sony PlayStation 5 restock dates revealed for May: Check offers, other details

Sony has announced the pre-order dates for the PlayStation 5 Digital Edition and the standard edition. The console will be made available at 12 PM on May 13. The details have been listed on Sony’s official store ShopatSC. Also Read – Sony sold over 19 million units of PlayStation 5, still fell short of its target

The gaming console will be available via multiple online avenues including ShopatSC,, Flipkart, Vijay Sales, Croma, Reliance Digital, Games The Shop and GameLoot. Also Read – Mother’s Day Gift Guide: Apple HomePod Mini, Garmin Vívomove Sport smartwatch, Sony WH-1000XM4 headphones and more

New PlayStation 5-GT7 Combo

To sweeten the deal, ShopatSC will be offering a Gran Turismo 7 combo with the Blu-ray edition of the PlayStation 5. With the combo, the buyer will have to pay Rs 54,490 for both the game and console. The console is priced at Rs 49,990 and the game will cost Rs 4,999 separately. Also Read – PlayStation Plus free games for May: FIFA 22 to Tribes of Midgard, check all offerings

There’s no mention of the number of units that will be made available in this pre-order session. However, if we have learnt anything from the past, it is that the stock vanishes within minutes if not seconds.

Sony recently disclosed the sales of the console for FY22. Since its launch, the company has sold over 19 million units of the new console. Despite this, they couldn’t meet their goal for the last financial year.

In FY22, Sony sold 11.5 million PlayStation 5 units. This was the first time the console completed a year of sales. The console was launched in late 2020. Sony had a target to sell 14.8 million units in the last fiscal year. The Japanese company fell short by almost 3.3 million units. That’s over 22 percent lesser than what sony expected to achieve. The company has been facing a crisis due to the lack of components. Despite a relatively slow year, Sony has set a target of achieving sales of 18 million units in sales for the current year.

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