PS5 Can Record Voice Chats and Report Them to Moderators

Ruben Fields
October 15, 2020

This week, Sony rolled out PS4 system software update 8.00, and with it triggered a lot of concern from gamers because of a new message that's popping up once the update is installed.

The article also notes that Ootori considered using two separate, smaller cooling fans to make the PS5 smaller, with one fan for each side of the mainboard. It changes, among other things, party and messages - combining them into the same groups. But, Sony has now definitively stated they do not record party chats, players themselves have the ability to record those chats and then send them in to for moderation and reporting once the PS5 roles around, as this will be a new feature on the console.

As part of update 8.00 Sony have announced that all party voice chats may be recorded and the internet is not having it, with angry tweets about invasion of privacy and consent.

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The Parental Controls are being simplified by folding Communicating with Other Players and Viewing Content Created by other Players into a single Communication and User Generated Content setting. Kids will be able to request access from their parents, who will receive email notifications and can make exceptions to a rule.

The update also enhances the options you have for account security, adding 2-Step Verification (2SV) that lets you use third party authenticator apps to sign-in across PS4, mobile and web browsers. "Private parties are dead, they killed communities and you're basically no longer allowed to be on your own or in private with your friends", one person said.

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