Sony Playstation 5 Pre Orders. The Japanese company has announced that pre-orders for the Sony PlayStation 5 have begun. Online registration is open to PlayStation users for the opportunity to receive an invitation to pre-order the PS5 console. Consoles will only be shipped in the United States. In other news related to the PS5, the Brazilian telecom company is said to have certified the Bluetooth 5.1 and WiFi 6 standards for the console, which will be launched later this year. We already know that the Sony PlayStation 5 comes with SSD, 4K games and 120FPS support, 3D audio, and dull sense controllers.
According to the announcement, a certain number of PS5 consoles will be available for pre-order, so the company will send pre-order calls to its current number of consumers (i.e. PlayStation console holders). A console from the video game brand. Only PlayStation Network ID (BSN ID) holders will be allowed to sign up for the invitation plan. The company also clarifies that pre-order bookings will be made on a first-come, first-served basis, meaning that when a user receives a call, they must pre-book the console.
Sony Playstation 5 Pre Orders
Sony says that once a user is selected, they will receive an email with instructions and details. Filling out the pre-order registration form does not guarantee the call, as calls will be sent based on users’ “previous interests and PlayStation activities”. As mentioned, receiving a call does not guarantee a pre-order. The invitation will have an expiration date and time. A BSN ID also has a pre-order range of one console (two new DualSense controllers and other PS5 components). Another catch is that the delivery address must be in the United States. Any orders with a non-US address will be canceled.
In another PS5 related development, the upcoming gaming console is supposed to have the latest WiFi 6 and Bluetooth 5.1 wireless connectivity. The J20H100 module, also known as the PS5 console, will come with Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity features, according to documents shared by the National Telecommunications Agency, which discovered the Technoplock, the Brazilian publication that regulates the telecommunications industry in Brazil.
If true, this would be a huge upgrade over the PS4 and PS4 Pro consoles. The PS4 supports WiFi 4 and the Pro model supports WiFi 5. Also, the PS4 console comes with Bluetooth 2.1 and PS4 Pro Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity.
As of release date, there is no definite information about it. An Amazon list indicated that the consoles would arrive in India “in late 2020”. A leak was known that the PlayStation 5 would be released on November 20th. The PS4 digital version costs EUR 399 (approximately Rs. 35,000), while the standard version costs EUR 499 (approximately Rs. 43,600).