Sony have shed some light on their PlayStation 4 2.0 update and just what features it will bring to the huge selling console.
Support of YouTube – which was announced last E3, will be available to PlayStation 4 users. Along with the video streaming service come the use of it’s remote service that allows you to connect through other devices (such as laptops or smart phones) to line up new videos without disrupting whatever you’re already viewing. This will also enable players to upload their captured game footage straight to the service.
Possibly the more exciting of the updates however, is the implementation of Share Play – a feature first introduced at the PlayStation 4 reveal back in February 2013. This feature gives you and your friends the ability to view each other’s playthroughs live and even take over control of the game (with only one player owning the game). So if you get stuck and need a buddies help like in the day of old, Share Play to the rescue.
Friend Finder will also be included and allows you to search for a friend via their ID and see recommendations for new PSN pals.
For more information, check out the latest post on PlayStation Blog.