Either Sony has taken to being transparent in the way that governments often do: providing a vast amount of information in the hope of a "Too Long - Didn't Read" OR it's being very brave indeed when it comes to the PS4.
It has released more than 150 questions and answers regarding its new console. These include the full launch game line-up and a bit of bad news about media servers... let's start with the first one: SONY COMPUTER ENTERTAINMENT WORLDWIDE STUDIOS TITLESFlowerKillzone Shadow FallKnackResogunSound ShapesEscape PlanFlowTHIRD-PARTY TITLESAngry Birds Star Wars
ActivisionAssassinís Creed IV Black Flag
UbisoftCall of Duty Ghosts
EA SportsBattlefield 4
Electronic ArtsJUST DANCE 2014
UbisoftInjustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition
Warner Bros. Interactive EntertainmentLEGO MARVEL Super Heroes
Warner Bros. Interactive EntertainmentMadden NFL 25
EA SportsNBA 2K 2K
Compulsion GamesPinball Arcade
Now, the media server issue:
"Will the PS4 system support media servers or DLNA support in order to stream videos or movies from a home PC?
"The PS4 system does not support client functionality for media servers." Not good.
So what is good? What network services will be free on PS4, without a PlayStation Plus membership?
Some of the features users can enjoy for free include:
Accessing entertainment, film, and TV services (Users must subscribe separately to individual services)
Share options, including sending gameplay video and screenshots to Facebook, screenshots to Twitter, or livestreaming gameplay via Ustream or Twitch
Sharing video to Facebook,
Playing PS4 games remotely using the PS Vita system (Remote Play)
Comparing Trophy data with other users
Sending and receiving text messages from other users
PlayStation Store access (users must pay to purchase premium content)
Live item, activity feeds on Dynamic Menu
Party (cross game voice chat)
PlayStation App services (on iOS/Android devices)See the full set here.