You have managed to buy PlayStation 5 and you came across the annoying bug that does not allow you to download games? Do not despair, in the past few hours Sony has shared on the Twitter account Ask PlayStation a solution to solve the criticality linked to queued downloads, all without having to reset the console to factory settings. The Japanese giant explains that if you have come across this critical issue, it will be enough start the console in safe mode and rebuild the database, not before updating PlayStation 5 to the latest software version of the system.
La Safe mode allows users to start the PlayStation console by activating only basic features. These options are designed to solve problems by rebuilding the console storage database, changing the system resolution or “forcing” the system restore to factory settings. Please note that some Safe Mode options result in data loss. Make sure you have backed up your data to a USB drive or cloud storage before selecting one of the available options. At the moment we are not sure if this method, together with the release of the latest update, has completely solved this malfunction. We will keep you updated on further implications.
Finally, we remind you that PlayStation 5 e PlayStation 5 Digital Edition officially made their debut yesterday, a launch that sent several online stores into a tailspin, priced respectively at 499,99 € e 399,99 €. Furthermore, in the last few hours it would have emerged from several tests carried out that theHDMI 2.1 of PlayStation 5 would have limited bandwidth compared to that of Xbox Series X at 120 Hz.
If you are having trouble downloading games with “Queued for Download” or “View Details” messages on your PS5, update your system software to the latest version, boot your PS5 in safe mode, then rebuild the database. See "PS5: Safe Mode Options"
If you've experienced issues downloading games with “Queued for Download” or “View Details” messages on PS5, please update the system software to the latest version, start your PS5 in safe mode then rebuild the database. See "PS5: safe mode options" at https://t.co/BfgPSMafxd. pic.twitter.com/Vq7m0dXA23
- Ask PlayStation (@AskPlayStation) November 19, 2020