Sony has finally restored the rating system to PlayStation Store (it was available years ago, but was removed).
Sony brings back ratings system to PS Store
From the available information we know that in order to give a rating, one must first buy a specific game or add it to your library as part of your PlayStation Plus subscription.
The rating system itself has a "five-star" scale and should be visible directly under the game's logo on the PlayStation Store tab. When the aforementioned "stars" are pressed, players can see the details of the average rating, i.e. the number of people who gave a specific note.
Here are the scores of several games available on the platform so far:
- Cyberpunk 2077 has - average rating: 3.79/5 (based on 37,000 notes);
- Resident Evil 4 - average ratings: 4,7/5;
- Eternights ma - average rating: 4,45/5.
Let's point out that the PlayStation blog so far has posted no information about the re-introduction of the rating system, so this news is not "official" yet. This may mean that the Japanese are only testing this change in some markets or are introducing it gradually around the world.