The Sony Entertainment Network has enabled a new features today; download queuing for browser purchases.

The ability to queue up content to be downloaded the next time you turn a system on has been added to the Sony Entertainment Network online web-store. You can access your queue from the following link, and download purchases remotely to your PS3 and PSVita. It’s worth mentioning that the download of purchased content will take about ten minutes to start if you’re console is currently on, and if it’s not the download will begin next time you log in to the PSN. If you have PlayStation Plus, the sync will also occur with the nightly update. This queue feature is confirmed to work on both the PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 3.

There are some interesting things you can do from your download list now as well, such as choosing which system to send the download to for a cross-buy title (or both, if you prefer).

All said, it’s welcome new feature that will surely help you fill up those hard drives and memory cards with games and goodies.


Source: PSNStores

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  • Toploader

    All well and good, but I’m still hoping for library feature that displays all the games you own, like Steam or pretty much any other PC download service.

    • JonofPDX

      Agreed, Working exclusively out of the Download List in Purchase history becomes VERY unwieldy after a year or more of PS+ content. I have 580-odd downloads in there between themes, avatars, games, video content and DLC. It takes me forever to find anything!

      That being said, major props to Sony for adding utility to their service. It may not be what I want it to be right now, but I can’t fault them for moving in the right direction.

      • Toploader

        I know I’d by more games if they did it… I just like being able to see my collection on my virtual shelf 🙂 Like on Steam I’ll buy games in sales ect for a rainy day, I’ll not do that on PSN because I might simply forget I even bought them in the first place. I’m sure I’m no alone either.

    • isnt that what the vita screen is? It displays the games you own.

      • Toploader

        Is displays the games you have installed, but I’m talking about having a page where you can see all the licences on your account.