Sony disclosed PlayStation 5 console and accessory pricing in India

Ruben Fields
October 18, 2020

Initially, Sony India had suggested November 19 as the launch date of the new PlayStation models, though it later redacted that date from its website. On the other hand, the PlayStation 5 Digital Edition will carry a price tag of Rs 39,990.

Sony recently updated the PlayStation 5 FAQ and revealed that if you have bought one of those snazzy new HD cameras for the PlayStation 5 you won't be able to use for your PlayStation 4 VR games.

Apart from the console details, the company is yet to disclose the official launch date of the console in India.

Sony also revealed the pricing of its accessories in India.

Also, there's a new "Control Center" that users can navigate to by pressing the PS button on the new DualSense controller.

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In addition to the accessories, the company also revealed how much the Indian customers will have to pay for the debuting titles of the PlayStation 5.

The black and white themed console has a sleek vertical design. It comes with USB-A and a USB-C port on the front, along with the blue LED lighting.

The new user interface offers a tile-based homepage that features games and apps in a layout similar to the PS4's, but there are now two sections that separate games and media. Nevertheless, the India release date of the PlayStation 5 series is still a mystery. According to Hideaki Nishino, Senior Vice President, Platform Planning & Management, in a PlayStation blog, the new user experience (UX) is completely centred on the player and provides them with a next-generation experience with deeper immersion that connects then with some unbelievable games.

One of the highlights pointed out in the blog is a new Control Center, which provides gamers with immediate access to nearly everything they might need from the system at the single press of the PlayStation button on the DualSense wireless controller.

As it turned out, the feature will be available not only on PS5 but also on PS4. It's worth noting that you no longer need to leave the game you're playing while watching a "Share Screen" thanks to new picture-in-picture functionality.

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