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Sony PlayStation 5 restock sale in India today: How to pre-order
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Sony PlayStation 5 restock sale in India today: How to pre-order

Sony PlayStation 5 stock in India is back. Sony’s next-generation gaming console will be up for pre-order in the country at 12pm today. It will be available via Amazon, Croma, Flipkart, Game Loot, Games The Shop, Reliance Digital, Sony Center, and Vijay Sales. Sony PlayStation 5 standard version with the disk can be purchased at ₹34,990. PS5 Digital Edition without the blu-ray disc...
Lighter Sony PlayStation 5 console hits the shelves as PlayStation Studios Mobile Division snaps up Savage Game Studios
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Lighter Sony PlayStation 5 console hits the shelves as PlayStation Studios Mobile Division snaps up Savage Game Studios

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PlayStation Under Fire With New Lawsuit
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PlayStation Under Fire With New Lawsuit

Sony has found itself under fire this week after a new lawsuit was directed at the company that involved the PlayStation gaming brand. In a general sense, we've seen lawsuits come about in the past directed at various gaming companies such as Nintendo, Xbox, and more. However, more often than not, these previous lawsuits tend to involve faulty hardware. Conversely, these new allegations that Sony is dealing with don't involve physical hardware at all, and instead, it involves digital goods. First reported by Sky News, this new lawsuit aimed at PlayStation is of the class-action variety and stems from the UK. Specifically, the lawsuit in question claims that Sony is "ripping people off" by charging a 30% commission on every game that is sold through the PlayStation Stor...
Will Call of Duty be on PlayStation forever? Phil Spencer doesn’t know
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Will Call of Duty be on PlayStation forever? Phil Spencer doesn’t know

While Microsoft has said in the past that it will continue offering Call of Duty products on competing platforms like PlayStation, Xbox boss Phil Spencer doesn't know if these billion-dollar games will stay on those platforms in perpetuity. "So how far does this go? Does this mean Activision games, that Call of Duty that you'll be able to play on any platform in perpetuity?" Bloomberg's Emily Chang asked Spencer in a recent interview.Spencer replied:"I don't know what means in forever, like when you think about how long. It's not for any kind of nefarious business reason, it's just like what did platforms mean 10 years ago, like I think the definition of some of these things might change over time. But our expectation is we want more people to play."Microsoft had previously promised to...