Gamers are so worried about the upcoming generation of consoles that a handful have started a grassroots Internet campaign to warn Sony about the addition of always online DRM being installed on the PlayStation 4. Nothing official has even been stated, and Sony is finding itself on the wrong end.

Rumor got out over the weekend via GameTrailers Geoff Keighley that Sony had been considering similar ideas that Microsoft might be implementing on the Xbox One. Keighley said onGameTrailer‘s panel show, Bonus Round, that:

“The console companies are becoming the bad guys. And, you know, Microsoft is getting beaten up a lot on it. Sony, I think, has been seen as this kind of white knight so far that’s not going to restrict used games. Based on some of the things I’m hearing, I don’t think that’s entirely true, because I can’t see publishers allowing one system to do one thing and one do another.”

NeoGAF responded quickly to Keighley’s comments to let Sony know how gamers feel about these decisions.


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