- The notifications on the PS5 console have been enriched with promotions from the wishlist.
- Unfortunately, there is no wishlist on PS4, so these notifications can be delivered either via the website or via the mobile app.
Month after month, Sony’s new console is getting more and more user-friendly. Not so long ago, the ability to send replays and screenshots to the phone was tested. Now, owners of this device will be able to deliver Notifications that titles they added to their Wishlist are currently on promotionI.
Until recently, notifications from this list were received in only two cases. The first was the start of pre-orders, and the second for the title’s premiere on console. Enriching the notification with the new functionality is sure to make the promotion verification process more enjoyable and reduce the percentage of players who miss the opportunity to purchase the coveted title.
However, it is strange that the implementation of this option is delayed. This feature has long been found on both computers and other consoles. Steam and the Nintendo Switch are great examples of this. for some An additional advantage in this case may be that these notifications, unlike the competition, will appear directly on the device and not on the email. However, this only applies to PlayStation 5. Older PS4s don’t have access to the Wishlist, which means you’ll only be able to receive notifications via the PlayStation Store website or mobile app.
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