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You're thinking of chilling back and playing your favorite music on your brand new, next-generation PS4 console? Hm, you'd better scratch that thought, because, as Sony officially confirmed the PlayStation 4 console won't be able to play audio CDs and will not support mp3 playback.
Previous models of the PlayStation console had built-in support for audio CD playback and for some reason backed out of incorporating this particular feature into its latest piece of gaming hardware.
Sony worldwide studios prez Shuhei Yoshida twitted: "Thanks for the feedback to the lack of MP3 and DLNA support at the launch of PS4. I'll share with the PS4 Dev team for future consideration."
You do that Mr. Yoshida.
Hey, fabulous news though; gamers who want to choose their own music during games are going to have to use Sony's Music Unlimited streaming service.
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