Sorcery Is The First PS3 Game To Support Pre-loading


Posted May 18, 2012 - By Adam Rosenberg

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Sony's May 22, 2012 release Sorcery ushers in a new feature for PlayStation Network users: the ability to pre-load games purchased online before their official launch. The Move-enabled magical action game is currently the only title in Sony's PS Store library that offers this feature (it'll be available as a boxed retail release as well). Simply pay for the digital version of Sorcery and then download it; once May 22 arrives, the game will unlock and you can start playing.

The feature helps offset the lengthy process of waiting for your new digital delivery purchase to download. It's not exactly a new idea; Steam and many other PC game e-tailers offer the same sort of situation; buy the game early, download it early, start playing the moment the release date arrives.

Source: Gamasutra

Sorcery Is The First PS3 Game To Support Pre-loading


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