I remember the time when gaming consoles were very basic, there was nothing much we could do except play games. I recall the days of PS1 and PS2, the best time to be a gamer, but gaming consoles had limited features and Sony had no way of adding post-release functionalities.
However, with the advancements in technology, gaming consoles are open to all sorts of changes. Every now and then developers release a few MBs worth of data and add new features and improvements for their machine.
Players have a big role to play when it comes to firmware updates. Usually, fans ask Sony for new features on their blog or twitter account, but Sony has provided us with a new way of being vocal.
Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida took to twitter and shared a link to Toshimasa Aoki’s Twitter account. Aoki is a developer working on different firmware updates and Project Morpheus for PlayStation 4.
Yoshida wants us to help Aoki with new features for PlayStation 4.
.@toshimasa_aoki works on new PS4 features and Project Morpheus. You can send Toshi your feedback and requests, that will help us. 🙂
— Shuhei Yoshida (@yosp) April 9, 2015
Users have already stormed Aoki’s account to let him to know what features they want to see in future updates. One requested feature which stands out, is the ability to save screenshots without decompressing. As you know, PlayStation 4 downgrades the quality of screenshots you capture in-game.
On the other hand, Xbox One saves images in their native resolution.
Thankfully, Aoki said he will look into this feature so we can expect in a future update.
The only thing I would love to see for PlayStation 4, is the ability to share saves between multiple accounts of the same system. What about you? What new features would you like to see in future PS4 update? Share with us in the comments.