Sony adds ability to queue PlayStation downloads from your browser

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Sony has finally enabled the ability to queue PlayStation 3 and Vita downloads from your browser.


Content bought from the SEN Store is now automatically added to your device's download queue.

If you have PlayStation Plus, the content will then be downloaded during your device's next regular automatic update.

If you don't have PlayStation Plus, your downloads will begin the next time you switch your device on.

It's a feature that has long been available to Xbox 360 gamers, but at least Sony has got there ahead of Nintendo - the company has yet to launch a web-based version of its eShop.

Sony has a full FAQ on the new feature available from the official PlayStation Forum.

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