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Today on the PlayStation blog, Sony’s Scott McCarthy announced that the PS4 update 1.70 “will be available soon,” and that with it will come the SHAREfactory video editor, among other features, allowing gamers to edit their gameplay videos. We’ve a video of the feature available after the jump.
The SHAREfactory video editor allows gamers to apply filters, themes, and transition effects to their clips, as well as adding stickers, text, and audio tracks from a set that is included. It is also possible to add picture-in-picture commentary via PlayStation Camera.
The SHAREfactory videos can then be exported to an external USB storage drive to be uploaded to whatever service the gamer prefers — they can also be shared on Facebook. Other things like changing recording time for gameplay, remove default saves, turn off HDCP, capture video directly from HDMI output, and more are also included.
The 1.70 update will also bring an auto pre-download ability for pre-downloading certain pre-ordered games “up to several days prior to release”. The auto-download feature will need to be enabled. Sony promises to provide more info about the update as its release nears.
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“JUMIA continues to bring the best shopping experience to their customers in Nigeria by being the first company to offer PlayStation 4. The long awaited game console was released in USA on Tuesday selling out in 24 hours. Now the new PS4 is available on the Nigerian market with customers being able to start ordering and have it delivered anywhere in the country,” the company said in a statement.
The unit is available for ₦139,995, which translates to roughly $879 which is more expensive than the South African version, which is expected to retail for no more than R6 200.
Ore Odusanya, Head Of Gaming & Electronics JUMIA Nigeria: “We are very excited to be the first company to have the latest PlayStation console available in Nigeria. Every day we strive to make the online shopping experience better for our customers and we are happy to now provide a requested world known product on the Nigerian market.”
Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. (SCE) over the weekend announced that the highly anticipated launch of the PlayStation 4 (PS4) console resulted in 1 million units sold during the first 24 hours after it became available on November 15, 2013 in the United States and Canada.
“PS4 was designed with an unwavering commitment to gamers, and we are thrilled that consumer reaction has been so phenomenal,” said Andrew House, President and Group CEO, Sony Computer Entertainment, Inc.
“Sales remain very strong in North America, and we expect continued enthusiasm as we launch the PlayStation 4 in Europe and Latin America on November 29. We are extremely grateful for the passion of PlayStation fans and thank them for their continued support.”
While the PlayStation 4 launched in the US and Canada last week, the gaming console will only be made available in South Africa on 6 December 2013.
Mario Dos Santos, Chief Executive Officer of Ster Kinekor Entertainment, is confident that the unit will arrive in South Africa before Christmas. “South Africa will be releasing the PS4 prior to Christmas, we are planned to go on the 6th of December 2013 due to the logistics of getting the stock to our shores,” he said in August.
No price has been specified yet. “The price point, although not officially set due to the uncertainty around the Rand exchange rate, is currently planned at an RRP of R 6299 including VAT and it will not be beyond this for launch,” he added.
The PlayStation 3 was launched in South Africa on 22 March 2007, but released to the rest of the world in November of the previous year.