Players are allowed to produce a small floating robot called Asobi, who interacts with the players, scans their faces and shoots fireballs.Once the Play Station Camera identifies the player with the help of the light bar on the front, a flick on the touchpad of the Dual Shock 4 controller brings up the augmented reality Bots function of Play Room, which creates the illusion that there are hundreds of little bots inside the controller, which can be released simply with a tap on the track pad that functions like the Play Station Vita.It was demonstrated at E3 2013 and utilizes the Sony Play Station Camera technology.According to Sony, it is a "fantastically fresh augmented reality entertainment experience", which has been created by combining the light orb located on the front of Dual Shock 4 controller with the Play Station Camera.
There are also other social features such as community creation. Favorite Groups is a new section within the Friends app, and acts as a way to quickly access other people a user plays with most.
This can be a familiar way to work if the developers are used to platforms like Direct3D 11.
The developers of The Crew put a lot of work into the move to the lower-level GNM, and in the process the tech team found out just how much work Direct X does in the background in terms of memory allocation and resource management.
Play Station 4's user interface attempts simplicity as a priority.
The main place for entertainment options, the Content area, is prominently displayed with large square icons on a horizontal line arranged by the most recently used.