Post by Eorl @ 10:22am 31/10/13 | 14 Comments
As we pass the one month countdown until Sony's next-gen console falls into our laps, the console maker has revealed an extensive list of questions and answers to help those scratching their heads wondering what exactly the PlayStation 4 has to offer.
With most questions having already been answered in the past thanks to the extensive coverage on the next-gen consoles, a handful have caught many by surprise, namely no DLNA support for the PlayStation 4. Other decisions include no MP3 playback support, no external hard drive support and no support for dynamic themes or custom wallpapers.
The removal of DLNA support is one of the most obvious changes, a feature that was quite popular with the PlayStation 3 with the non-tech savvy users. Sony are also pushing their Music Unlimited subscription service for anyone wanting to listen to custom music while playing, a feature that was supported by default with Microsoft's Xbox 360 console which also included MP3 playback support.
Those looking at upgrading their internal HDD come the day of launch will be happy to hear that Sony are continuing their support for 2.5" sized hard drives, though at the moment replacements seem to be restricted to 5200RPM SATAII drives.
For the full FAQ check out the official website over here, and tick of another day on the calendar as we get closer and closer to the launch of Sony's PlayStation 4 in Australia on November 29th.