boost mode doesn't affect/isn't applied to any game that already has a pro patch. there'd be no reason to turn off the feature, but you are able to in the system settings.
edit: replied to wrong person!
did each developer release a version of each others' games or something? because they're two different games, so there's no "who did it better" here.
it'll be November, most likely.
clearly if livedeht and his wife can play on two separate consoles using only 1 digital copy, then it's possible, and you just haven't done something right.
external HDD, here I come!
"The only way to access the software on another console is by activating your account on it, which is only possible one time on ps4."
"In other words, Ps4 games are also locked to 1 console."
also not true. and PS4 games are locked to your *account*, not the console.
"i also have 2 PS4 and i have 2 accounts on it activated (one with PS+). if i am log...
things are tied to your account on PS4 as well, and yet you can still have your account on a second PS4 while still accessing the games you've purchased without having to deactivate your primary PS4.
You shouldn't have to do that, though. It should be tied to your account, not the console.
Yes. Xbox One, and PS4.
No one should have to do that.
I don't think it'll be until 2020 at the earliest.
Boost mode wouldn't be a part of the regular PS4's change log...
I have been doing digital-only for three years now, and I have never had to re-download anything when swapping HDDs. Just do the back-up/restore process. No downloading required (and in case you mention P.T., that transfers over with that process, too).
I need to look at some external HDDs this week.
@edmix to be fair, this is related to software, not hardware. They clearly need better software engineers dealing with their OS if they make people use their cell phones to chat/for online matchmaking, and now this.
Those things should be, if anything, just tied to your account, not the console. What an unnecessary pain in the butt.
uh... yes, it should. I can see after many years, and thousands of hours of use that a dead pixel is inevitable, but it should *never* occur less than a week after it's been purchased, and should be an automatic replacement in that case..
boost mode is only part of the FW if you have the Pro.
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