Playstations Past and Future

Some two and a half years later, the PlayStation 4 has received many changes to the overall design and interface. After the console originally launched it had a very easy user interface that was lacking many features. Since launch we have received an abundance of fresh notification options, more social connectivity, SharePlay, PlayStation Now, PlayStation Vue, a re-branding of PlayStation Music that now incorporates Spotify, and many more features. What does all of this mean for Sony as a company?

One fantastic way to do this task is to continue pushing the envelope on the PlayStation technology and the services they are offering. New apps are added almost every week. New games are releasing every day. The console now boasts an array of games which contains hundreds of unique experiences for every variety of video gamer. Not only is the catalog strong today, the lineup for 2016 is looking bigger and better than ever. Not to mention the amount of third-party games which will release much more games on the console this year.

PlayStation is continually innovating and we think they will continue to do so well into the future. Now that we’ve looked at what is currently going on with the PlayStation 4, let’s have a look at where it is headed and what you would like to see added to the console. We mentioned a fantastic amount of the releases coming up, but what other things will Sony be adding to the interface and feature list of its own console? Will they include folders to help clean up the user interface a little bit? Can they allow users to modify their PlayStation Network ID? Some rumors even suggest they could be creating a PlayStation 4.5 that would add greater performance in a better package which may be announced soon. What would you like to see? We value our readers’ opinions and are always striving to have them within the conversation. Your opinion creates the backbone of our site and with it we have the ability to provide the best possible content on the market. Thank you for reading.

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