If the claims made in the article are correct, it’ll also be possible to upload ten second clips to Twitter.
The information on the 3.00 firmware gradually emerged online as some PS4 owners-mainly based in Japan-were invited to beta test the new build. A trickle of information on the new system software began to appear on sites such as Gematsu, Pocket News, and Reddit.
[Community] will be added to the [Friends] menu, this feature will allow you to create a new community or join an existing one. This functionaility will be incorporated into the messaging system.
Users can broadcast via YouTube.
The full leaked notes can be found here (and read via Google Translate).
In addition to the social media screenshot and video sharing features, the new update will also include Events and Community options to the menu where users can participate in PlayStation events and discover other gamers nearby with similar interests.
In [Settings] > [Notifications], “Community Items”, “Gameplay Viewing Requests”, “Events”, and “Current Song” have been added.
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The layout of (Live from PlayStation) has been improved. You can also play games, join parties or talk about shared interests with members in the community.
You can now change the speed for automatic text scrolling in (Settings) > [Accessibility] > [Auto-Scroll Speed].
You can now comment on What’s New activity feed items.
[Events] will be added to the main menu, it will inform you of upcoming PlayStation-related events.
Accessibility features are now available when playing content from Blu-ray Discs™ or DVDs.
You can now create a sub account for a minor by selecting [New User] in the screen for selecting a user.
You can now adjust settings for Web filtering services from (Settings) > [Parental Controls]. Firmware 3.00 has been in testing for a bit now. (There is a separate fee to use this service.).