Twitter’s Demand – List of Features PS4 Owners want in PSN 2.0

Posted Jun 26, 2015
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In this Era of consumer based markets it is becoming easier and easier to raise issues in products and queries thanks to social media networks. One small post can ruin an entire company’s reputation and it catches on like wildfire in a forest. And this is exactly what the plea on Twitter is. PS4 owners are coming up with improvements and addition they would like to see in future on the PlayStation Network.

You can use the hashtag “#BetterPSN” to check out what improvements people want on their online PS4 experience.

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Campaign For a Better PS4 Online – PSN 2.0

The word spreading online for a better PSN is the PSN 2.0 where customers get what they want from the developers. You can check out a partial list of improvements that the PS4 owners want to see in their PlayStation Network 2.0:

PSN Improvements

Better/more CDN’s with universally consistent speeds that are competitive with Live/Steam/Origin…etc
Free, unlimited (or at least significantly increased in size) cloud storage for saves, as well as a family account feature set for saves (no need for subaccounts), auto-sync save files as they are modified
Username changing along with a username history system in the user’s profile page
Behind the scenes (less disruptive) maintenance
Cloud storage for screenshots, especially trophy screenshots (maybe recordings too if 30 sec or less?)

PS Store Improvements

Fix bug that prevents users from accessing the Store in certain situations, needing a reboot
Up-to-date digital titles (fully patched when downloading post-launch)
Store wishlist, gifting system (cross-region gifting?)
Correctly tagged games in the store
Refined Store navigation, design, fluidity/polish and organization
Refund system similar to Steam’s
Enhanced Store game pages include user reviews, make screenshots/videos standard for all titles
Purchase and management of PS Vita downloads through the PS4 Store

Account/Profile Improvements

Continuous trophy syncing
Online/offline status
Better friends list functionality with nicknames, grouping by categories (games, relationship), and VIP tags tied to the notification system
Enhanced user profile page showing favorite games, screenshots/recordings, game wishlist, deeper activity sections (game statistics)
Account region change
Deeper social integration (G+, Facebook, Twitter…etc)

Security Improvements

Two-factor authentication
Improved account recovery process

General usability Improvements

Search function, better organization and filters for download history/library
Universal game invites
Direct developer/players interaction, statuses, in the game hubs
Custom avatars (purchasable or own uploaded via PS app)
Refined activity feed (What’s On section)
Share notification for recordings/broadcasts
Message system refinement

We are still waiting to see how Sony responds and whether the gamers get what they’re looking for. Stay tuned for more news on the PSN 2.0 and do share you views with us in the comments section.

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Source: Twitter Campaign and NeoGaf

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