Sony wants to make it easier for US PlayStation 3 owners to get themselves ready for the launch of its next-gen console next month. Earlier today, the company rolled out an update for the aging console that makes PlayStation 4 games available to pre-order through the PlayStation Store. The first two digital titles available are SCE Japan Studio’s Knack, which comes in at $60, and the free-to-play multiplayer shooter Warframe. Although we’d question the need to pre-anything free titles, gamers can simply power on their new PlayStation 4 on November 15th and find them ready to play. There’s no word on whether Sony will add more titles — we hope those “significantly discounted” upgrades for PlayStation 4 games are made available ahead of launch day.
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