- Steam Christmas Sales - Day 2
- FEATURE: Assassin's Creed Unity OST Review
- Larian Working on New RPG With Divinity Engine
- Far Cry 4 DLC in January
- Star Citizen Dev Salutes Elite: Dangerous Dev
- Minecraft Creator Buys A House
- Mornin '14
- Steam Christmas Sales Kick Off, Here's the First Batch
- Call of Duty Advanced Warfare Now Has Daily Challenges
- Square Enix Showcases 14 Playable Characters for Final Fantasy Type-0 HD
- Play Info Quest II, A Mojang Game Series
- Evolve Open Beta will be Xbox One Exclusive
- Telltale's Next Episodic Game is Based Upon Minecraft
- REVIEW: Halo: The Master Chief Collection
- CoD: Advanced Warfare Customization Items Trailer
- Bloodborne - Brand New Screenshots
The PlayStation 4 will get a firmware update on April 30th, which will include quite a few video-sharing goodies. The SHAREfactory video editing suite will finally make its way to the system, as well as the ability to turn the HDCP off, thereby allowing users to save gameplay videos to a USB drive.
With the SHAREfactory video suite, users can splice together gaming clips, add filters, and picture-in-picture commentary for those who have the camera accessory.
I'm expecting several new YouTube video shows to suddenly pop up next week.
This firmware update also allows for auto-downloading, so any games you preorder will automagically download with this update.
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