When PlayStation 4 is released, gamers may not have to worry about needing cable because of all the services and features this system will have.
According to a report from Engadget on Wednesday, former Gaikai CEO David Perry talked about the social network connections and partnerships the PS4 has.
"We've partnered with some of the biggest and most influential social networks in the world, including Facebook and Ustream, to bring gamers' friends into games like never before," Perry said.
Ustream CEO Brad Hunstable then discussed the goals they have for the PlayStation 4 and what it can do.
"Our goal is to allow discovery in a very clean user experience, both in discovery on the console itself and on various platforms that the content'll be available on (like Ustream, Twitter, and Facebook).
"The goal is to make sure it's very easy -- one click of a button, super simple -- and most importantly make sure it looks really, really good. And is viewable wherever people want to watch it from.
"The way I'm really thinking about it is you can think of gamers now having the ability to direct, produce, and star in their own video game production, their own video game TV show (if you will)," Hunstable said.