We go live to the steps of PlayStation HQ where President and CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment, John (Tsuyoshi) Kodera, is about to speak.
“The people of the PlayStation Nation have spoken, and it my duty to follow their direction,” he said. “They have told me they want a strong and stable gaming platform, and that is exactly what I intend to deliver in Firmware 6.20 for PS4. Update means update!”
When questioned about cross-platform play Kodera gave the following answer. “We intend to use new technology so that there is no border, gaming across platforms will be seamless and invisible. We have agreed a backstop with our partners until such technology has been invented.”
Functionality which would allow PlayStation Nation citizens to change their names has yet to be implemented.
“Why would they want to do that?” asked John, “PlayStation Nation is the greatest on the planet, you don’t need to go changing anything, we like the good ol’ days when you could buy a can of coke for twenty pence and PlayStations were powered by coal.”
Firmware update 6.20 is out now, but subject to a no confidence vote and may be removed after 8pm tonight.
(Apologies to anyone who is not British and hasn’t got a clue what this is about – Firmware 6.20 is out for PS4 and is just the usual stability improvements)