PlayStation 5 is Getting rid of integration with Twitter, was recently rebranded to “X” after Elon Musk bought it for $44 billion and then promptly ran it into a brick wall like a dad coming home from a midlife crisis in his brand-new Ferrari. The Nintendo Switch will soon be the only gaming console you can still tweet from.
Sony announced the change in a new notification for PS5 users today. “As of November 13, 2023, interacting with X (formerly known as Twitter) will no longer work on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 consoles,” the company said. books. “This includes the ability to view any content published on X on PS5/PS4, and the ability to publish and view content, trophies and other play-related activities on
Twitter was one of three major social media platforms alongside Facebook and YouTube that the PS4 connected directly to when the new sharing feature debuted in 2013. And there was a brand new button on the DualShock 4 Intended for taking photos only He quickly tossed them online. The ease with which secrets, spoilers, exploits, glitches, and all sorts of other gameplay revelations can be shared instantly has completely changed the way people play and talk about games.
It won’t be impossible to continue sharing game moments on social media when the Twitter integration ends later this month, but it’s another reminder that the current internet is dying. YouTube is a pain and Facebook is, well, Facebook. Neither facilitates Twitter’s wire-like, constantly updated service. The best way to get images for your PS5 and PS4 now is to automatically sync them with Sony’s dedicated PlayStation app. From there, you can repost it to one of the many new Twitter clones, create a video on TikTok, or send it to your favorite Discord server.
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Microsoft came to the rescue on Twitter Back in April, shortly after Musk announced that he would start charging companies for access to the platform’s API, the tool needed to make two programs work together. Tech billionaire Accused Trillion-dollar tech company steals Twitter’s idea to train its own AI products. In the months that followed, celebrities, brands, and everyday users all continued to abandon the dying platform. It lost approximately 13 percent of its users A year agohalf of advertising revenue, it appears now With a value of less than $20 billion What Musk originally paid for it.
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