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PlayStation Home 1.35 launches tomorrow

Submitted by on Wednesday, 10 March 2010No Comment

PlayStation Home is still in its beta phase in case you were wondering and the developers and programmers have been listening to all the comments and suggestions that come in. Starting tomorrow, Home will be getting remodeled and upgraded to version 1.35.

What changes will 1.35 bring and more importantly, will the slow loading times be resolved? Read on to find out.

Yes, improvements have been made to increase loading speed making logging in and moving about Home much quicker. While we won’t know how for sure how much faster it is until the update goes live tomorrow, we’ll give Sony the benefit of the doubt for now.

In addition, the navigation has been redesigned to make everything easier to get to and more accessible.

  • Favorites: Personalize your own section to make locating your favorite places quick and simple.
  • Personal Spaces: Your clubhouses and personal spaces are now right at your fingertips. The personal spaces you own and the clubhouses you belong to will be viewable in one convenient location.
  • Friends: Finding your friends in PlayStation Home has never been easier. View the current location of your friends in PlayStation Home, and then navigate there to enjoy the action together.
  • Explore: Browse all the spaces PlayStation Home offers. Finding a space that suites your taste and mood has never been easier.
  • Recommend: Keep up with what’s hot in PlayStation Home. This regularly updated category will feature the newest and most exciting additions to PlayStation Home.

Home will be down for a little bit tomorrow while the changes take place. Hopefully this will attract more users to join the already 12 million strong.