by David Sanchez on October 18, 2012 @ 10:20 am
After a host of problems plagued the new PlayStation Store design yesterday across Europe, Sony has decided to postpone the new update in the UK and a handful of other PAL countries. The problems included faulty downloads, the inability to add funds, and PlayStation Plus accounts not being recognized.
“The phased launch of the new PlayStation Store has been temporarily postponed in some territories as teething issues related to the global roll-out of the Store are being addressed and resolved,” announced Sony in a statement to MCV.
It’s a shame that Sony’s new PlayStation Store can’t be enjoyed by the masses across Europe. Here’s hoping the company resolves the issues as soon as possible. In the meantime, those of us in North America will gladly wait for the bugs to be fixed before we check out the update. As long as issues persist, we’re not in any rush to get a revamped digital marketplace.
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