There are still three weeks PlayStation 5 Finally on the market, Sony has begun to launch a redesigned PlayStation Store website.
Sony said that the new store will be deployed in various regions next week.
Sony said in a letter to its partners: “Our brand new PlayStation Store will be launched on the Internet and mobile devices on October 19, 2020. We are working on the intention to be accessible via desktop and mobile devices on the PS Store. Some changes.”
The new store has a new layout, and support for multiple services has been removed.
Sony said: “SIE will no longer provide consumers with the ability to purchase PlayStation 3 games and accessories, PSP (PlayStation Portable) games and accessories, PlayStation Vita games and accessories, applications, themes or avatars.”
Fortunately, PlayStation 3 or PlayStation Vita content can still be purchased through the console itself.
Although the new PS Store has just launched, some Hawkeye fans have discovered some missing features.
According to fans Reset the era, Including filtering lists, file size information and game screenshots.
There does not seem to be a clear distinction between the full game and the add-on.
The Store update was launched shortly before the official release of PlayStation 5.
The official release date is November 12th, and fans in the United States, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand and South Korea can use the game console on that date.
However, this is not good news for British PlayStation fans, as they will have to wait another week to buy PS5.
The official release date in the UK is November 19.
In terms of price, the PlayStation 5 is priced at £449.99/US$499.99/AU$749.95, while the digital version of the PlayStation 5 is slightly cheaper at US$399.99/£359.99/AU$749.95.