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PS4 games

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Question guys, I have read that PS4 will allow u to trade/borrow games from friends, I know this is a stupid question but can u save the whole disc on the system then later trade game
In and still be able to play it? That's what I've been told but I doubt it's true
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I never saw an answer from Sony but I can say for sure there is no way in heck you would be able to do that.

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It's false. On the 360, you can install the game, but you are still required to have the disc. If we can install the games on the PS4, I would assume it will work the same way (if told otherwise by a creditable source).
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joeyp203 wrote:
Question guys, I have read that PS4 will allow u to trade/borrow games from friends, I know this is a stupid question but can u save the whole disc on the system then later trade game
In and still be able to play it? That's what I've been told but I doubt it's true

Here you go from the PS4 thread.

 

A few days ago SCE Worldwide Studios President Shuhei Yoshida caused a bit of confusion about the installation of disc-based games on the PS4, by saying “you cannot install a disk version onto HDD.” He meant that the only way to play a game without the disc in the drive will be to use a digital copy but the sentence didn’t come out as intended, probably due to the language barrier.

 

Today he confirmed that users will indeed be able to fully install disc-based games on the PS4′s hard disk, but they’ll still have to keep the disc in the drive for verification.

 

 

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