"second and final push" this Wednesday, June 5th. They're also expanding and will start waves of twitters and emails targeting Xbox One.
The aim of the campaign is to convince Sony and Microsoft execs to abandon draconian measures to 'fight' pre-owned markets for games. Microsoft recently confirmed used games are blocked without a code.
This Wednesday the volleys of tweets begin officially at 8AM EST / 5AM PST/ 1PM GMT. The hope to see plenty of noise through #PS4noDRM and #PS4USEDGAMES.
Sony president Shuhei Yoshida has already stated that the PS4 won't blocked used games and won't require always-on methods, however campaigners want to make sure the message is loud and clear in the run up to E3 next week.
Suggested Sony executives to point your twittering loudspeaker at are Shuhei Yoshida, John Koller, Guy Longworth and Scott Rohde. Sony has been quite welcoming of such 'passionate fans' jabbing them through these campaigns.
Microsoft has drawn plenty of criticism from gamers for their confirmed method of blocking used games unless a code is purchased and activated. This system effectively stops you from sharing games with friends as they become ID locked to specific consoles. Rumours speak of a £35 fee to 'unlock' the titles.
Thus #XboxOneNoDRM was born to fight for our gaming freedoms.
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#PS4NoDRM campaign heads into 'final push' this Wednesday, turns to Xbox One
03 June 2013 | By Simon Priest