I tried to update DC Online but it was just waiting for minutes on the update screen. It didn’t show any progress. Has this happened to you?
So I went to the system and network properties and viewed the network connection. Everything tested fine. I went back and the PS4 application then started to load.
I think the problem is that I recently moved to another area so the PS4 is set to register its location for game sharing and other purposes. So it probably was a little slow in registering my new location. Once it was sure everything was ok, then the game started to download.
Like most PS players I have plugged mine into an Ethernet connection. I never found wireless to be worth it. It always slowed down the games so much even when it was next to the ISP provided wireless access point and equipment. I tried it at my last ISP and it was far better to have it hardwired in.
Sony is no doubt getting ready to sell the next version of the PS4 nicknamed Neo. It is supposed to be upgraded hardware and have a VR system. I wasn’t convinced about the VR system until I read a review of a Star Trek VR game. That would be fun to play. Many new hardware things have failed because the games were not compelling. Anyone remember Nintendo’s attempt at VR? It was basically lines and that wasn’t fun at all.
It is hard to see that companies like Oculus have a change against Sony. With Sony’s trust and head-start, investing in a PC and all the equipment is a big step to ask people to take. I am frankly surprised that Sony and Microsoft didn’t get together and develop VR that is cross compatible. They are making their games compatible now, why not go all the way when the architecture and design is open?
Will I be getting a VR system? Perhaps when that Star Trek game is released and when the current system breaks down. Even then its going to be a stretch for me. It is not the money but I don’t want just a visual interface. Yes things take time, but one day an entire bodysuit or holosuit will happen. That will be wonderful for so many reasons. Perhaps people will take out their frustrations and anger in a virtual world instead of the real one.