Sony’s decision to discontinue integration with X is a major blow to the social media platform, as X has been a popular way for PlayStation users to share screenshots, videos, and other gameplay content with their friends and followers. This integration has also been a way for PlayStation users to stay connected with the latest news and trends in the gaming world.
It’s unclear why Sony has decided to discontinue integration with X. It may be possible that the company is simply trying to save money, as the new Twitter/X API fees are quite high, or it may also be possible that Sony is concerned about the recent changes to X’s moderation policies. Under Elon Musk’s leadership, X has become more permissive.
Whatever the reason for Sony’s decision, it is clear that X is losing its grip on the gaming community, with Microsoft and Blizzard already having discontinued their integration with X, and with these moves, there is a higher possibility that other gaming companies will follow suit. However, X’s decision to charge such high fees for its API is likely to alienate even more developers and publishers.
In summation It remains unclear whether X can reverse this trend by finding a way to make its API more affordable for developers and publishers, and it also needs to do a better job at moderating its content. If X does not make these changes, it is likely to continue to lose its relevance in the gaming world.