New Report Claims Sony’s “Quietly Testing” New PSN

We’d reported that gamers would be surprised and pleased with the new PSN, and although the new look wasn’t unveiled along with the restoration of the service last month, Sony’s said to be “quietly testing” a PSN revamp according to a new report.

RegHardware said that the new look will “transform the online environment into a more image-driven layout along the lines of Xbox Live and Steam.”

Apparently both the PS Store in games and movies are going to take an IMDB-like database approach. There’s also a deal of the week feature incoming with the revamp.

The old blue color’s out the door as well, and will be replaced by a “ultra bright colours on a black background.”

Keep your hopes up.


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2 Comments on "New Report Claims Sony’s “Quietly Testing” New PSN"

  1. Ghost250 July 5, 2011 at 9:50 pm -

    i hope so maybe they’ll get rid of the XMB, theres nothing virtually wrong with it but its time to really revitalize PSN.

  2. nick July 6, 2011 at 4:18 am -

    doubt it.
    if it was coming they would of at least said something with the return of PSN.
    there never going to get rid of the XMB its integrated into everything!
    there TVs, music players, care stereos, psp, ps3, everywhere sony goes XMB goes!
    i cant see that changing anytime soon

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