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PlayStation 5 Disc Version to Receive Major Discount in India

Gamers in India can rejoice as Sony has announced a significant price cut for the PlayStation 5 disc version. The console will be available at a flat discount of Rs 7,500 from August 24 to September 2. This promotion will be applicable at participating retailers such as Amazon, Flipkart, Shopatsc, Reliance, Croma, Vijay Sales, and selected outlets.

It is important to note that the discount is only applicable to the standard disc edition of the PlayStation 5. Currently, the disc version is priced at Rs 54,990 on Amazon and Flipkart in India. Earlier this year, the prices of both variants of the console were increased. The digital edition was priced at Rs 39,990, while the disc version was priced at Rs 49,990.

The availability of the PlayStation 5 has improved in India compared to its earlier scarcity. As of now, the console is easily accessible through online and offline stores, and various deals are offered to customers from time to time.

Additionally, rumors have been circulating about Sony working on a new version of the PlayStation 5 called the PS5 Slim. Speculation suggests that the PS5 Slim may feature a removable disc drive. Although some leaked images and videos have surfaced on the internet, Sony has not made any official announcements regarding this matter.

In a press statement, Sony India had mentioned the exciting lineup of games for PS5, including Hogwarts Legacy, Final Fantasy XVI, Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, Assassin’s Creed Mirage, and Alan Wake 2. The company continues to deliver exceptional gaming experiences to its growing PS5 community.

Overall, gamers in India can look forward to the PlayStation 5 disc version becoming more affordable with the upcoming price discount. It's an excellent opportunity for fans to get their hands on the console and enjoy the latest gaming experiences.

– Sony India press statement
– Various online retailers (Amazon, Flipkart, Shopatsc, Reliance, Croma, Vijay Sales)
– Rumor reports and leaks from Chinese forum and Australian PlayStation repair specialist, Better Way Electronics.