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Sony: PlayStation Store to return May 24


10:40 AM on 05.19.2011
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Sony has told publishers to expect the PlayStation Store on May 24. That's according to a memo sent to various companies, which of course found its way to the proles of the Internet. 

As previously revealed, Sony plans to update the Store multiple times per week. Content scheduled for April 26 will be included in the first update, followed by May 3's content three days later. The rest of the content will go live on May 31 and June 1. 

Sony has told companies that they're willing to shift content around depending on urgency. 

Sony Tells Dev Partners PlayStation Store To Return May 24 [Gamasutra]






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