We’re less than a month away from the arrival of the PlayStation 5, and Sony continues to prepare its world for it, and the latest change is a new official PlayStation Store website. The Japanese company took the opportunity to launch pre-sales of games for the new console.
Images of the new design from the PlayStation Store website have been shared on Reddit and show a clean design in lighter tones, compared to those used in the previous version.
Sony confirmed last week that the new PlayStation Store will be integrated directly into the PlayStation 5 interface, allowing instant access to pages of video games for sale. In comparison, PlayStation 4 used a dedicated app from the store, which resulted in longer load times.
New PlayStation Store website lacks features
In addition to a new look, the new store removes the ability to purchase games and DLC for PlayStation 3, PSP and Vita, as well as apps, themes and avatars for PlayStation 4. However, although it is not on its website, all of that content will still be available for purchase from PlayStation Store on consoles. The function that allowed the creation of a wish list has also been removed.
At launch, the store will lose other features that were present in the previous version, including the ability to filter games, as well as game size information. Some game pages have also been posted without screenshots or videos. There is also no clear distinction between full games and DLC.
The new PlayStation Store should be available to everyone from next week, and you can already order games for the new PlayStation 5 there.
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