Sony Computer Entertainment has announced some of the new features that will be a part of the next firmware for the PS4. According to a report from Game Planet on March 21, the company responsible for publishing the upcoming “The Order 1886” as well as manufacturing the recently-launched console stated that the next system update will enhance the sharing features.
A “rich” video editor will be added for players to personalize their recorded clips. The screenshots and videos can also be exported to an external device. Moreover, the new firmware comes with a previously-promised option to disable HDCP, letting the user record gameplay directly through the HDMI port. You can find some screens from the aforesaid “The Order 1886” title with the slideshow gallery to the left side of this article and the comments from the company below:
This upcoming update will add a rich video editor with a simple tool to personalize your video clips, and you’ll also be able to export to and save the videos and screenshots you create by pressing the SHARE button to a USB drive. In addition, this update will add an HDCP off option for capturing gameplay via HDMI, a feature we’ve previously said would come after launch.
We recognize that some gamers want to record and share longer clips of their gameplay sessions, and we’re excited to deliver this option with PS4. There’s a lot more coming in this update as well, so stay tuned for more — there will be plenty in the update to excite everyone.
“The Order 1886” is expected to be one of the biggest upcoming video games to be released for the PS4. As a result, many players are expected to share screenshots and videos featuring the software product.
The next firmware update for the next-generation system should be coming out sometime in the next few weeks. The third-person shooting action-adventure video game, which is being developed by Ready at Dawn and SCE Santa Monica Studio, is targeting a fall release date window in North America.