The delayed redesign for the PlayStation Store is now live in North America, Canada, Chile and Brazil.
The new PlayStation Store redesign that the rest of the world got in early October has been delayed up until now citing an “inconvenience to users” that caused Sony to delay it in the US. “While we’ve already solved many of these issues, we’ve decided to postpone the October 23rd launch of the new store in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Brazil. We want to be certain that you have an exceptional experience with the new store, so we appreciate your patience as we complete the final phases before launch.”
The update has just appeared for PlayStation users in the Americas and features the completely overhauled redesign with new content, new streaming speeds, easier access to DLC and more.
If you have yet to download the PlayStation Store update, check out Analog Addiction’s Jamie Brigg’s video walkthrough of the new Store.
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