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PS4 Pre-Loading Feature Now Available: Games You Can Pre-Order and Pre-Load On Sony’s PlayStation 4

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PS4 pre-loading feature now available – you don’t have to wait for your games to download after buying them

On Wednesday, Sony formally announced that their PlayStation 4 consoles will finally be able to download games over-the-air and install them even before their release. In other words, this long-rumored PS4 pre-loading feature will allow players to start playing the game the second it is officially released.

Sony explained, in their blog announcement, that this automatic PS4 pre-loading feature will let PlayStation 4 owners to download soon-to-be-released games. As such, they won?t have to wait for a long time for the game to be fully downloaded after purchasing it. Most of the popular games right now have very large file sizes and would take a lot of time to download and install. In case players forget, they don?t have to worry since this new feature automatically starts the process of pre-loading once the purchase has been made successfully. Moreover, this update includes a countdown timer feature that will tell the player how much time is left before the game has been fully downloaded.

Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark is the first game that will make use of this new feature. It is slated to be offered this coming June 24. If you?re wondering what other games will support this PS4 pre-loading update, here is the full list of game titles available for pre-order (along with their prices) taken from the official PlayStation blog.

 

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Battlefield Hardline ?($59.99)

Battlefield Hardline Deluxe Edition ?($69.99)

Bloodborne ?($59.99)

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare ?($59.99)

Destiny ?($59.99)

Dragon Age: Inquisition ?($59.99)

Dragon Age: Inquisition Deluxe Edition ?($69.99)

Far Cry 4 ?($59.99)

inFAMOUS First Light ?($14.99)

Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare ?($39.99)

LittleBigPlanet 3 ?($59.99)

Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor ?($59.99)

The Order: 1886 ?($59.99)

Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark ?($59.99)

Uncharted 4: A Thief?s End ?($59.99)

 

Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark - the first game to use the new PS4 pre-loading feature

Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark – the first game to use the new PS4 pre-loading feature

The PlayStation 4 will definitely need this solid and innovative feature. In fact, Sony?s current generation game console will need every advantage it can get to gain the upper hand against major rival Xbox One. Microsoft has recently released a cheaper version of their Xbox One consoles to better compete with the PS4. This new version has been stripped of its Kinect sensor, but Microsoft explained that it?s not that big of a difference ? the price cut is definitely worth it, according to them.

 

Photo Credit: ?Playstation.com

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