Sony will decelerate PlayStation recreation downloads in Europe to assist protect total web speeds. The change gained’t materially have an effect on multiplayer, according to a blog post, with the corporate saying that avid gamers “will nonetheless take pleasure in strong gameplay.” Downloads of video games could also be “considerably slower or delayed” throughout this era.
Whereas Sony is the primary to announce limits to recreation console bandwidth in the course of the novel coronavirus pandemic, plenty of streaming providers started comparable practices final week. Netflix, YouTube, Amazon, Apple, Disney, and extra have all begun or dedicated to limiting video high quality in Europe to scale back pressure on broadband networks.
The measures are supposed to assist preserve sturdy web speeds for everybody whereas the pandemic results in a pointy uptick in individuals working at residence. Sony says it’s been working with European web service suppliers “to handle obtain visitors” and “do our half to handle web stability considerations.”
Sony doesn’t go into specifics on to what extent it’ll be decreasing obtain speeds or when customers would possibly discover downloads delayed.
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