TGS 2013: Sony Confirms PS4 Will Support Video Capture Via HDMI
Sony announced at its Tokyo Games Show keynote today that the PlayStation 4 will support video capture via HDMI.
The announcement itself was apparently unclear and got missed by a number of watchers, but it was followed up and confirmed in a Tweet by Brad Douglas, Head of Third-party Relations for Sony Computer Entertainment.
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Polygon as well later confirmed it with Douglas at the show.
The PlayStation 3 currently blocks the use of capture over HDMI, but the console’s support for component connections has allowed users to find a work around to the DRM.
Earlier this year in August, Microsoft confirmed that the Xbox One will allow for gameplay capture devices, as it did on the Xbox 360.