PS4 survey asks users if they'd like to see a player reputation system, advanced matchmaking, and more
Sony survey hints at what we might see in future PlayStation 4 system updates.
Sony has sent out a survey to select PS4 owners, polling them on what features they'd like to see in future updates.
VGXNetwork posted the survey contents. Key among the possible features are a player reputation system, an advanced matchmaking system, the option to change your username, and the option to set your online status as invisible.
Sony is also keen to see it people would like more on-screen notifications, more people in party chats, and the options to chat and send messages across all PlayStation platforms.
The survey asks people to rank how interested they'd be in each of these features, from "very appealing" to "very unappealing", though I do have to wonder what kind of person would actually select the latter regarding any of those features, really.
The next PlayStation 4 update, version 1.70, will include the ability to switch HDCP off, video editing tools, and the option to save videos to a USB drive.
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