Sony recently revealed its PlayStation 4 update which is going to come around In within the next few weeks. The update will add a ?rich video editor? to be used along screenshot for later sharing. The ability to export and save videos and screenshot to a USB drive will also be added. Toggling HDCP will also be a ?feature that will make its way to the update package to allow capturing of gameplay via HDMI.
Here?s a part of the blog post from PlayStation.com that Scott McCarthy posted:
?Here at PlayStation, we listen closely to your comments and requests, which are weighted heavily when looking at the future of our platforms. Since PlayStation 4 launched, we?ve heard a lot of great feedback from you about what you like with the platform and what you?d like to see us work on. I?m happy to report that, as a direct result of your feedback, we?ll soon be bringing some of your most-requested features to PS4 with a system software update in the upcoming weeks. These features and additions will help make your PS4 even more socially connected by further enabling you to customize your most epic gaming moments and granting even more options to show them to your friends.?
The company also stated that in a separate update, PS4 owners will be allowed to archive Twitch and Ustream broadcasts and even increase its resolution which can be up to 720p. This means more crystal-clear images for gamers to broadcast and share their live gameplay videos.
It is also stated in the blog post the upcoming update will also have additional features to be added along the way.
These few ?teasers? might not be enough for some people with ?bigger? wish list for PS4 firmware update, but they are getting close and we can tell. We might be seeing a ?Themes? feature or a direct-upload to YouTube function in the future.