For a while now, Sony PS4 gamers could integrate with Facebook where they will be able to directly share screenshots and videos they have taken in a game onto the social media platform. This is useful for gamers who want to let their friends and followers know what they’re doing, and could also be used as a promotional tool of sorts for streamers.


However, it seems that Sony has decided to remove Facebook integration with the PS4 console, meaning that you can no longer directly share your game’s screenshots or videos with the social media network.

According to Sony, “Starting on October 7th, 2019 Facebook integration will no longer be supported on the PS4 system. This includes Facebook’s share features such as posting gameplay and trophy activity and using the friend finder feature.” The company adds, “PlayStation 4’s share features will remain the same, except Facebook will no longer be offered as a destination to share screenshots, videos, music, trophy details, or links to gameplay broadcasts.”

Now, this does not mean that you can no longer share anything PS4 related on Facebook. You can still do so manually if you know how to, but there will no longer be support for direct sharing. It is unclear why Sony has decided to kill off Facebook integration, maybe it has to do with privacy concerns, but it’s something you’ll want to take note of if you use the feature extensively.

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