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Sony warns people against buying PlayStation5 from the grey markets for exuberant prices

Sony warns people against buying PlayStation5 from the grey markets for exuberant prices

Sony’s latest flagship gaming console, PlayStation 5, is expected to not release in India anytime soon. This has disappointed many gaming enthusiasts in India, and people are finding it very difficult to wait for the official release. As a result of this indefinite delay, people are buying consoles from the grey market for unreasonable prices. The company has warned people from making such purchases due to the fact that these imported consoles will never be covered under Sony’s official warranty. The benefits that the warranty provides will not be provided, and people must look for an official Sony India Warranty before making the purchase to avail benefits in India.

If you are planning to get the PS5 through visiting relatives or any connection who lives in the US, then drop the idea immediately because the warranty on that console would still be considered invalid. The console’s functioning will be as expected, but just in case if the console runs into an issue, Sony will not help you fix it. You will be left with other not straightforward options, which is a very unfavorable condition created by Sony for its PS5 buyers. Recent reports from various sources mention that people in India are buying PS5 for almost 90k, which is almost double the price.

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