Shuhei Yoshida Confirms That Upscaler On PlayStation 4 Is Hardware Based

Shuhei Yoshida is one of the active employee of Sony on Twitter who responds to many of the fan questions and provide helpful insights.  In a question asked by a fan if the PlayStation 4’s upscaler is hardware based or software based, Shuhei Yoshida confirmed that it is indeed hardware based.

Now what does this hardware scaler mean for PlayStation 4? Sony’s PlayStation 4 is capable of running games with highest visuals on native 1080p. With Sony’s 4K TVs already hitting the markets, this hardware scaler can upscale a native 1080p image to a 4K resolution to be displayed on those 4K resolution TVs.

Recently with The Ultimate FAQ for the PlayStation 4 released it caused a mixed confusion amongst gamers that there will be no MP3 or DLNA support with the PlayStation 4. Shuhei Yoshida again on twitter told that he had a long chat with the Dev team of the PlayStation 4 regarding the matter and was happy to know that many people use and like the PlayStation 3’s media features.

He then hinted that a new update will bring back the functionality of playing MP3s and more. This update is most likely to be the second update for the PlayStation 4 as the first update, titled 1.50 System Update, is a Day One update for the PlayStation 4 which brings a lot of functionality like Online Multiplayer, Second Screen, Remote Play and more.

PlayStation 4 is just two weeks away from launch and the hype for the console is never ending. Learning from their previous mistakes, Sony is stepping in the right direction with their next-generation console, the PlayStation 4.

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