PlayStation 4

PlayStation 4

During the lead up to the PlayStation 4’s launch, Sony promised that it would enable gamers to shut off HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) post-launch and allow unrestricted video capture over HDMI. That day is almost here, as the company’s just announced its intention to release two new system updates mostly focused on the console’s sharing functionality. Though Sony hasn’t set a time frame for either of these two planned updates, the first should arrive in the “upcoming weeks” and will add in that previously mentioned HDCP-off option, as well as video editing tools so gamers can chop up and tweak gameplay footage captured via the Share button. In addition to this, the PS4 will also gain an option to save recorded clips and screenshots to an external USB drive, thus clearing up your system’s limited storage space and letting you preserve your gaming conquests.

Read the full story at Engadget.

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