Sony has today revealed a number of new tidbits surrounding PlayStation 4 - primarily that its party chat functions will be free to use, meaning you won't need a PlayStation Plus subscription.
Unlike Xbox 360 or Xbox One, PS4 owners won't need to pay to chat online, or to use online-based apps such as streaming service Netflix.
PS4 does need you to be a Plus subscriber to play online games, but Sony has today clarified that this charge does not apply to free-to-play games - another thing Xbox charges for.
The new details have sprung from a fresh PlayStation Access video, embedded below.
The update also confirmed that PS4 friend lists will let you have up to 2000 friends - double the Xbox One's limit of 1000.
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