So far, the company already revealed its pricing and strategy for many markets where the new console will land, but for some reason, left India without consistent info about the new console.
Here is the statement in full.
Catherine Jensen, Head of the Global Consumer Experience division at PlayStation took to the PS Blog, saying first and foremost that their goal is "to help foster a fun and positive experience when you're playing online with friends and other gamers". Again, the goal for the Consumer Experience Team is to make all players feel safe while playing online, and selectively allowing players to opt out would defeat the objective. The Control Center offers the ability to perform system tasks, view online friends, see the download status of games, and managing your controller without leaving the game you're in.
"Its sole goal is to help report inappropriate behavior, including acts that violate our Community Code of Conduct", said Jensen now Sony said feature next month. he wrote. "Please note that this feature will not actively monitor or listen to your conversations and is strictly reserved for reporting online harassment or insult". Sony quickly issued an apology and updated users that this feature was a part of PS5 party chat, but impacted PS4 players due to cross-platform party chat functionality. As per the blog, the new UX introduces several new features created to make the gaming experiences fun, engaging, personalised and social.
We should have more clearly explained why this function was being rolled out, along with details on how it will work on the PS5 console, so let me walk you through that now.
Instead, the company says the feature will continuously record the last five minutes of any private voice chat. "Some reports submitted will not be valid and our team will take this as an opportunity to provide guidance and training." explains Jensen.
"To all my Indian followers, as I said in the past, today is Mid-October and Sony @PlayStationIN informs you about the new #PS5 release date in INDIA", reads his tweet.
"Our local teams are working through the logistics".