PS5 Digital Version
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Sony is now facing massive backlash from PS4 and PS5 gamers for its October 19 update of the PlayStation Store, Game Library, and website. The major inconvenience will soon come to fans of the PlayStation with Sony's update that gives an overly complicated navigation of the website and mobile device applications.

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The Japanese multinational technology company, Sony, recently announced its latest update for the PlayStation's Store, particularly on the website and mobile application, leaving gamers outraged and dismayed. The changes will be seen initially by PlayStation 4 players.

According to Comic Book Gaming, the multiple changes will include the Game Library, host to a player's numerous PlayStation purchased games, will only show titles for a specific console. Only recently played games, PlayStation Now games, PlayStation Plus games, and others will be shown.

However, in the case of PlayStation 3, PSP, and PlayStation Vita games, players would have to boot up the specific console to access and see the titles. This occurrence is a significant inconvenience for PS players and fans, which in turn, has detested Sony for the update.

This update by Sony will now push gamers to re-download old games from previous consoles if ever they would want to re-visit old titles. The separation of the store and library is already proving to be an inconvenience to current players, without the PS5's release.

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PlayStation Player's Reaction and Outrage

Twitter saw the majority of gamer's outrage regarding the new update by Sony, receiving some unpleasant remarks from fans and players. This move by Sony focus on making way for the all-digital PlayStation 5 that removes the hard drive and Blu-ray disc reader.

With the recent update, several PlayStation gamers express their dismay for Sony on social media, Twitter.

PlayStation Fans and gamers argue why Sony chose to remove the library for other consoles' games to an inconvenient location for users. Some users say that Sony could have indicated a tab for the PS5's games or possibly for PS3, PSP, and PS Vita. However, that was not the direction Sony took when it completely removed the "central" games library for all titles in the PlayStation consoles.

Sony's PlayStation 5 Digital Version

PS5 Digital
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The PlayStation 5 Digital Version is the first entirely digital console that will launch in the world, ahead of Microsoft's Xbox. This move by Sony migrates the future of gaming into the online and digital world, no longer relying on Blu-Ray discs and hard drive.

Sony's PS5 Digital Version is offered cheaper than the standard PlayStation 5 by as much as $100. The digital version sells for only $399 and will offer its games on PlayStation's online store, storing on the cloud-based online library, and saving game data online. Sony's update centered on the digital version, making way for its nearing release on November 12.

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