(Ping Zine Web Tech Magazine) – Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare players using the PS4 console will not be able to use Sony’s recently added Share Play feature.
According to GameSpot, Activision marked gameplay footage as censored when using the new game sharing feature, resulting in gamers not being able to stream the game to a second PS4.
“Delivering a great gaming experience for fans is our top priority. We’re focused on launching Advanced Warfare and ensuring that people have a great time playing it, which our fans seem to be. Share Play is a new feature that was introduced as part of the recent PS4 firmware 2.00 update. Our engineers didn’t have access to it before it launched, so we haven’t had a chance to evaluate it to see how it will impact the experience across all modes of play. Of course we wouldn’t include a feature in our game without having the chance to test it. Once we’ve fully analyzed its performance, we’ll determine how to support it going forward.”
Share Play was first introduced last week during update 2.0, in which Sony announced that the feature would work on all PS4 games that use a traditional controller.
However, a representative for the company issued a statement to GameSpot stating: “Share Play is a system level feature enabled by System Software Update 2.0 making it available for all PS4 titles, however the option is available to developers to disable the feature according to what they feel will best benefit the consumer experience.”
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare was released on Novembe 3rd for PC, PS4, PS3, Xbox One, and Xbox 360.