The PS5 is the upcoming next-gen console that will be used worldwide by all age groups. But there have been certain copyright issues and pre-order issues currently taking place in India, which Sony is supposed to tackle. Some pre-orders are canceled without even notifying the buyers. There are also other problems, such as declining credit cards, shipping issues, or the devices being out of stock. Controllers, cameras, and several other such features like these are already pretty unavailable. The device is supposed to be released on November 12, 2020, all across the world but not in India since it does not own the trademark out there.
MakoReactor had once revealed that Hitesh Aswani of Delhi filed the trademark for the PS5 name in India on October 29, 2019. It is automatically creating a hassle since Sony should get hold of the trademark. Sony does not have an indicated problem as they already did the PS5 trademark filing, and they can prove their claims to the accuser. This delay is actually pushing back the console’s release date, but no one is currently dealing with that problem.
Sony PS5 Pre-order Issue
The pricing of the gadget has been revealed, but the release date has not been declared. Some Indian retailers are deciding to pre-order the PS 5 unofficially, which is known by Sony. Retail stores support the payments from customers so that the launch date is not the only thing stuck in their minds. A refund has also been guaranteed for such pre-orders. Sony has only refrained from telling its customers the price or the release date.
Playstation Plus Collection
Sony has also kept certain surprises in its upcoming PlayStation. They have created a PlayStation Bundle, which includes the greatest hits from PS4. The games are only available in download, and it is not available in a streaming option. The games will be revealed properly during the launching sessions.
But it is still unclear whether these games will be present throughout the journey or added in the libraries, or can be downloaded during any given moment.
A few of the games that will be available for download in the PlayStation Plus Collection are:
Detroit: Become Human
Batman Arkham Knight
Mortal Kombat X
Resident Evil: Biohazard
God of War
The Last of Us: Remastered
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End
Monster Hunter World
Final Fantasy XV
The Last Guardian
Ratchet and Clank
Infamous: Second Son
PS5 Price in India
Although the official release date hasn’t been revealed yet, the product’s price has already been revealed in India. PS 5 with the optional drive costs Rs 50,000, and the digital edition has been priced at Rs 40,000.
Thus, Sony fans in India have to wait for a few months for the company to release the PlayStation 5.