Billionaire Elon Musk on Tuesday said he will personally look into Sony’s PlayStation and Microsoft’s Xbox cutting off integration to X (previously Twitter). Elon Musk and CEO Linda Yaccarino recently revealed plans to slowly add features to X, moving towards making the platform an “everything app” for all needs including finance, social media, audio and video calling, streaming, dating, and others.
Elon Musk Plans To Look Into X Losing PlayStation Integration
Sony’s PlayStation announced plans to end support for X on PlayStation 4 (PS4) and PlayStation 5 (PS5) on November 13. Users will not be able to share images and videos directly from their PlayStation to X. Earlier in April, Microsoft disabled Xbox video sharing from consoles and PCs to X. Video gaming company Blizzard also ended support for X.
Responding to a post on November 7 about PlayStation ending all X integration on PS5 due to higher X API fees, Elon Musk said “I will look into this.”
With X aiming to become a major streaming platform amid the likes of major platforms such as YouTube, losing integration is an obstacle to its plan. PlayStation and Xbox are the top gaming consoles and losing integration will not be convenient for console payers to miss out on X.
Musk Plans Major AI Plans
After unveiling its AI chatbot Grok, Musk also plans to integrate Grok to X. It will be available to X Premium+ subscribers. The new chatbot to compete with OpenAI’s ChatGPT and other major chatbots.
Elon Musk plans to make the X Everything app, introducing payments, financial services, dating, streaming, and other features on the same platform. Recently, audio and video calling feature was launched on X.
He has also hinted at Dogecoin (DOGE) integration for payments for its products and services.
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