PS5 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 bundle to launch in India tomorrow, priced at Rs. 49,390

Sony is preparing to launch the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III bundle for PS5 in India. The cross-gen package will be available starting November 10, but unlike the US, the publisher is not selling the new slim version of the console here yet. Players will receive a PS5 equipped with a standard 4K Blu-ray drive along with a voucher code for Activision’s upcoming marquee shooter, worth Rs. 49,390. This is part of the ‘Introductory Offer’ running till November 23, during which the bundle price has been reduced by Rs. 10,000 – After which, it will cost Rs. 59,390, which is the base price of any PS5 game bundle.

PlayStation has recently made a big impact by offering several discounts on PS5 and selling it with on-demand games like God of War Ragnarok, Spider-Man 2, EA Sports FC 24 and even Cricket 24 (to coincide with the launch). By bundling together, marketing has accelerated in India. ICC World Cup). However, it is interesting to note that the Modern Warfare 3 bundle available in the US reportedly includes the game worth $70 (roughly Rs. 5,830) for free along with the PS5 Slim variant for a total price of $499.99 (roughly Rs. 41,640). Meanwhile, players in India get the same old version of PS5 where, technically speaking, the games are not included in the bundle for free.

You see, the PS5 disc variant is priced at Rs. 54,990 in India, while the upcoming Call of Duty game is priced at Rs. 5,599 on PlayStation Store – Total Rs. 60,589. Of course, the limited time sale makes it significantly cheaper – Rs. 49,390 – but once it’s over, you’re paying full price. As usual, it will be available for purchase from the usual Indian retailers like Amazon, Croma, Flipkart, GamesTheShop, Reliance Digital, Shopify, and Vijay Sales.

For now, it is unclear when the slim version of the PS5 will arrive in India and if so, whether it will be priced the same as the current version. Sony had previously suggested that once it succeeded in selling off the older models, only the new slim models would be made available for purchase. It is only 30 percent smaller than the original version and comes with a detachable disk drive, which requires an Internet connection to register/bind to the console. The hardware is almost the same, but the internal storage has been upgraded from 825GB to a 1TB SSD. A digital PS5 Slim variant is also available for $449.99 (roughly Rs. 37,400), although this is a marketing gimmick as one can purchase the Blu-ray drive separately and install it yourself.

Elsewhere, Sony has delayed half of the total live service games it planned to launch until March 2026 – reducing from 12 to six titles. During an earnings call, Sony PlayStation COO Hiroki Totoki said (via). VGC), “We are reviewing it… We are trying as much as possible to ensure (that these games) are enjoyed and loved by gamers for a long time. (Of the 12 titles, six titles will be released by FY2015 – that’s our current plan.) He added that the remaining six will be evaluated to see their potential – possibly for a review of the live service portfolio for Destiny 2. Another meeting with creator Bungie. It’s also worth mentioning that The Last of Us multiplayer game, which was reportedly put ‘on ice’, is still in active development – as Confirmed By its director Vineet Aggarwal.

Both the PS5 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 bundle and the game will launch on November 10th.


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