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PlayStation Store to be updated 'multiple times a week'

8:30 PM on 05.16.2011

Jim Sterling

Former Reviews Editor

Sony has released a brand new FAQ in order to better inform fans about the big PlayStation Network resurrection. Most of it is stuff we already know, but some fresh information has been released concerning the PlayStation Store, so listen up.

With the PS Store comes back, you can expect to see multiple updates a week in order to catch up with three weeks of missed content. 

"To date, three Tuesday publishes were missed, which included items like Under Siege and the MotorStorm Apocalypse demo," explains the FAQ. "Rest assured that you won’t miss any of this great content. To catch up on the large amount of material, we’ll be publishing to the PlayStation Store multiple times per week once commerce functionality is restored.  We will update the PlayStation.Blog with information on timing of the Store restoration, as well as the full list of new content as each publish occurs."

The bad side is we had to wait. The good side is we'll have loads of stuff to look at when it comes back. I need me some of those new Dynasty Warriors 7 weapons!


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