PS4 “most-requested” features to be patched in soon


Sony have listened to PlayStation 4 owners (or so they claim) and will release the “most-requested” features for PS4 in their next software update.

Posted on the PlayStation Blog, the updates – scheduled to be released in the coming weeks – include a rich video editor with a simple tool to personalise your video clips; the ability to to export to and save to a USB drive the videos and screenshots you create by pressing the SHARE button; and an ‘HDCP off’ option for capturing gameplay via a connected HDMI device.

Still no sign of DLNA support then.

“We recognise that some gamers want to record and share longer clips of their gameplay sessions, and we’re excited to deliver this option with PS4,” the post stated.

“As part of a separate system software update in the future, we have been working with our partners at Twitch and Ustream and will also be adding the ability for Twitch broadcasts to be archived. These broadcasts will be provided with a resolution of 720p. We’ll have more to come on these updates in the coming weeks.”

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