- Today a Sony employee unofficially announced that PS4 DLNA support is rumored to arrive in early 2015 alongside a PlayStation Mobile application redesign in the works and more below.
To quote: We’re all excited to find about what new features are coming to our PS4s in the coming months. Verified Sony employee [Register or Login to view links]
shared some interesting information over at the [Register or Login to view links]
He talked about upcoming DLNA support for PS4, a redesign for the PS Mobile App and PS3 entitlements possibly carrying over to PS Now.
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estimated an early 2015 release date. He also noted that Video and MP3 support could come as early by the Holiday season this year.
I’d say early 2015 for DLNA.
MP3 and Video Players by the Holiday season (MP3 maybe sooner)
A much need redesign to the PS Mobile App is also in the works, which IWorkForSony [Register or Login to view links]
as more functional and modern.
There’s a redesign in the works. It should be more functional and modern (read: less cheesy blue boxes)
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that PS3 entitlements previously own or bought will not transfer to the public release of PS Now. Tough luck folks!
Those rumors are wrong. Entitlements for PS3 games won’t carry over to PS Now.
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