Sony Diwali sale is said to start from October 5 and will bring discounts on several major titles for the PlayStation 4. A report states that Sony has told retailers that the Sony India Diwali sale will begin from October 5 and the sale is expected to last for three weeks. The titles include Nioh 2, Ghost of Tsushima, The Last of Us Part 2 Standard Plus Edition, Death stranding, Spider-Man Game of the Year Edition, and more. As of now, Sony has not shared details for the discounts and dates for the Diwali sale.
The games that are expected to be available at discounted prices during Sony India Diwali are:
- Nioh 2 – Rs. 2,499
- PUBG – Rs. 1,499
- God of War – Rs. 999
- The Last of Us Part 2 Standard Plus Edition – Rs. 2,999
- Ghost of Tsushima – Rs. 2,999
- Uncharted 4 – Rs. 999
- Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition – Rs. 999
- Death Stranding – Rs. 1,999
- Spider-Man Game of the Year Edition – Rs. 1,999
- Concrete Genie – Rs. 1,499
- Bloodborne – Rs. 999
- Knack 2 – Rs. 1,499
- Medievil – Rs. 1,499
- The Last of Us Remastered – Rs. 999
- Uncharted Collection – Rs. 999
- Minecraft Bedrock Edition – Rs. 1,499
- Uncharted: The Lost Legacy – Rs. 999
- GT Sport – Rs. 999
- God of War 3 Remastered – Rs. 999
- Until Dawn – Rs. 999
Interestingly, some of the aforementioned games are already available at lower prices on e-retailers like Amazon.
Sony will be launching the PlayStation 5 in two variants, a regular and a Digital Edition that does not have a disk drive. Both consoles will be launched on November 12 in the US, Canada, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Australia, and New Zealand; and November 19 in rest of the world. The PS5 will cost $499.99 (roughly Rs. 36,800) while the Digital Edition will cost $399.99 (about Rs. 29,500) in the US. Exact India pricing has not been revealed yet.
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