Judging by the feedback from many users, there is a download problem with the PlayStation 5 software.
As you know, the retail sale of PlayStation 5 has recently started. On the other hand, the users who first owned the console experienced some problems and started to report their problems one after another.
The problem occurs when a user tries to download certain games or applications. Instead of starting the download normally, the next generation game console either gives the message “queued for download” without starting the download or an error message.
In both cases, the user is asked to check the Downloads section. However, no downloads are listed here. PS5 identifies the download as already queued at this time, so users cannot cancel the download.
There is another quirk about the problem. Expressing their issues, users say that the game or app in question appears to have been purchased and not purchased at the same time. Even though people have looked at the PS5 library and see that he owns the game, it is listed on PlayStation Store as not purchased.
IGN reported that it had some issues trying to download the PS5 version of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. Other users say they have problems with games like Demon’s Souls, Spider-Man: Remastered, Sackboy: A Big Adventure, and NBA2K1.
Call of Duty producer Activision suggested resetting the console to factory settings, and this seems to work with other games as well. But especially when the device is restored to factory settings, all settings and games stored on the drive are deleted.
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