PS5 wishlist update notifies you when games are on sale

The PS5 wishlist just got a big update that’ll prove mighty handy to frugal gamers this holiday season and beyond.

We’ve been able to add games to the PS5’s wishlist and get notifications when they launched or went up for pre-order, but today’s update lets you add notifications for when a game gets discounted. That way, if there’s a game you’ve had your eye on but you’re not keen on paying full price, you can just wait for a sale notification without constantly checking the PlayStation Store.

Stay up-to-date with PS Store offers:☑️ Add games to your PS Store Wishlist☑️ Enable push notifications for Wishlist Updates on PS App or PS5 console☑️ Get notified when it’s time to save 10, 2021

See more

This is a pretty common feature on PC and console wishlists these days – Steam and the Switch eShop have something similar – so it’s good to see the PS5 thinking of its cost-conscious playerbase as well. Since the PS5 lets you access your wishlist from the console itself, and not just the PS Store app or webpage, you can set up to receive sale notifications while you’re playing games and when you’re out and about via your mobile device. Meanwhile, since the PS4 doesn’t let you access your wishlist from the console’s storefront, you’ll need to set up the notification through the app or website.

PS4 controller on PS5 | Transfer PS4 games to PS5 | PS5 error codes | PS5 standby mode | Play PS4 games on PS5 | Turn off PS5 adaptive triggers haptic feedback | How to turn off PS5 | Transfer games to PS5 hard drive | Why isn’t my PS5 controller charging? | Download PS4 saves on PS5 | PS5 SSD installation | How to use PS5 remote play

About Fox

Check Also

Nintendo responds to PS5 price hike, saying it has “no plans” to charge more for Switch

Nintendo has confirmed that the cost of Switch won’t be going up. Everything is costing more these days, including some of our beloved consoles. Yesterday, August 25, Sony announced that the price of the PS5 is increasing across the world due to the “global economic environment, including high inflation rates.” Thankfully, Nintendo doesn’t currently have …

Leave a Reply