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Old 15th November 2013, 16:42   #1
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Default PS4 Manuals Say: No 3D Blu-Rays Support

the online manual for the PS4 has been posted by Sony, and it reveals that the console does not, in fact, support playing 3D Blu-ray movies. This is contrary to what Sony had told Engadget a few days ago and we have contacted Sony to find out if the manual has the right information. Microsoft has already confirmed that the Xbox One won't support 3D Blu-ray disc for launch although it may add it in a future software update.

http://www.neowin.net/news/ps4-has-4...or-3d-blu-rays
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