More news coming from the pre-launch FAQ session held by Sony today reveals the Playstation 4 will not support content sharing via YouTube at it's November 15 launch.

When released, Playstation 4 will only support sharing capabilities of videos through Facebook. For those of you interested sharing live gameplay videos, the PS4 will support streaming through Usteam and Twitch respectively.

The chances of future YouTube capabilities through Playstation 4 has not been ruled out by Sony, hinting at a potential update release and urged users to be on the lookout for "further news on other services to come after launch."

In addition to the YouTube news, Sony also announced that Ustream footage will not be saved for later playback and that stream archiving is exclusive for Twitch members.

Keep it locked to Complex as more news regarding the Playstation 4 and next gen consoles is sure to flood in as the launch date is just over two weeks away.

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[via Joystiq]