Sony’s Playstation 4 had a decent launch last year with millions of units being sold. But then there were some issues like no playback support for 3D Blu-rays.
When a fan asked whether the Playstation 4 will provide 3D Blu-ray playback at launch? Shuhei Yoshida simply apologized in response.
@Hakso not at launch, sorry
— Shuhei Yoshida (@yosp) November 12, 2013
Now, after almost 2 months, Mr. Yoshida is still apologizing about it and instead of providing fans with an update; all he has to say is that he does not know anything about it.
@DonPeperon sorry, we do not know yet
— Shuhei Yoshida (@yosp) January 20, 2014
Looks like Sony is keeping itself busy with other things than rolling out a patch for 3D Blu-ray playback. Speaking of other possibilities, there are rumors circulating about Sony preparing an Oculus Rift kind of virtual reality headsets for Playstation 4.
In addition to this information, we’ve also gathered a ton of information from Yoshida’s twitter. When asked whether they have been doing anything about switching off Dualshock 4’s light bar at will, he said:
We pay close attention to what people say to us.
He also said about increasing message storage memory on Playstation 4 from 200 and addressed the issue in which the share button records incorrect game footage.
And finally, when asked about support for video capturing devices? Yes, you guessed it right! Another apology came from him saying nothing can be said currently.
Are you – like many people out there – waiting for 3D Blu-ray support? Let us know in the comments below!