The next Shitstorm in 3, 2, 1 …
If you want to post a post on Twitter via the PS5, the Sony console could possibly censor it. Many gamers don’t understand the censorship.
- Americans, Japanese and Mexicans have been putting the PS5 through its paces since November 12th.
- One of the numerous features provides for harsh criticism, but also for amusement among the Fans.
- Sony has not yet commented on this feature.
San Mateo, California – Already in mid-November Sony their next-gen Consoles released in the United States, Japan, and Mexico. So some could already PS5 test extensively if you have received one. Because it was well known that PlayStation 5 completely sold out within a very short time. Lots Fans were and are therefore frustrated, because Sony has difficulty meeting demand. But that’s not the only thing Fans excited. Now the next Shitstorm is already rolling in.
|Console name||PlayStation 5 (PS5)|
|Manufacturer||Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE)|
|Type||Stationary game console|
|Generation||09. Console generation|
|Release||19. November 2020|
PS5: Sony is pushing censorship to the next level – feature cannot be switched off so far
Anyone take a look at Twitter or Reddit throws notes that there are currently increasing reports of a new one Feature the PS5 Pop up. Numerous reports Twitter-User that the PlayStation 5 would keep them from tweeting. Apparently the blocked PS5 vehemently tweets that contain insults. If users use offensive words, they can post the tweet about the PlayStation do not send until the words have been removed from the tweet. There is nothing wrong with that, after all Sony not the only company that censors swear words. Also wants Sony maybe just protecting its youngest users.
However, it is censorship apparently cannot be switched off. Fans report that they are among the family settings of the PS5 haven’t found a feature that would allow them to use swear words in tweets on the PlayStation to use. But there is a simple solution: just tweet without the blocked words, right? If only it were that easy … Unfortunately, Sony also blocks words that are not offensive or otherwise hurtful at first glance. So report Fansthat they tweets with the words “WTF”, “Leechmonger” (a boss in Demon’s Souls) or “glitch” also not about the PS5 could send.
PS5: Now Sony is going too far – Shitstorm from fans is not long in coming
Even a tweet with praise for Sony was only so peppered, was not released for tweeting – although it did not contain any insults. Instead, he praises Twitter-User @NotPatrick Sony for Astro’s Playroom and indulges in nostalgic memories. Patrick Beja can talk about the censorship from Sony laugh at his tweet, but the question arises as to which word in the tweet should be offensive or difficult. The only thing that catches our eye is “torrent” – the English word for tirade, electricity or surge. Since so far mainly English-speaking Fans about the Feature complained, we have that Feature also tested, of course in German. Unfortunately we couldn’t tweets about the either PS5 stop as long as swear words were included. So it seems censorship on all PS5 Grab consoles.
I wanted to share a screenshot of the wonderful Astro’s Playroom but the PS5 asks me to “remove profanity to continue”….. not sure what the profanity is! Marketing maybe?? 😄
— Patrick Beja (@NotPatrick) November 21, 2020
When you consider that Sony Interactive Entertainment now has its headquarters in the USA and the censorship in America is much stricter than, for example, in Germany Twitter–Feature on the PlayStation Sense. However has Twitter none Regulations regarding the use of swear words, provided they do not offend other people. Why take Sony So get the right out of your tweets Fans to censor? So far has Sony not to the criticism of the Features expressed or explained whether and where it can be turned off. Should Sony to the censorship we will update this article. Until then, Sony amazes with another feature, this time with the DualSense controller. Most recently, the well-known streamer shroud criticized the PS5.
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