Madden 25 PS4 Cover
2K OLF will be on PS4 this fall

Well after yesterday’s events from E3, we at 2K Online Franchise are proud to announce we will be moving the league to Sony’s Playstation 4. Huge thoughts went into this decision and so far the response from league coaches has been overwhelmingly positive.

We can officially confirm that the coaches for the the 49ers, Raiders, Patriots, Redskins, Cowboys, Giants, Vikings and Bears will be on PS4. 49ers head coach Michael Nguyen said he was ready for this announcement “We want the best and not afraid to switch it up to make it happen. Iphone to Samsung Galaxy S4, Xbox 360 to PS4, winning!!” Redskins assistant coach aka BigMike was also thrilled with the decision “I was hoping we would be PS4!”

We know not all will go PS4, if that is the case please make the decision knowing all the facts about Xbox One. Below are links that explain Microsoft’s new strict policies regarding DRM, used games, mandatory game installs, mandatory internet connection and other restrictions that drove our decision to change platforms.




Thank you all who have been with us from the start, we started this league 3 years ago and thank you to the core members who have stuck with us season after season.


Xbox One: Details on Connectivity, Licensing and Privacy Features

Microsoft Details Xbox One Used Games, Always Online

Key Points:

No renting, no loaning. No private sales (unless selling to someone who has been on your friends list for 30 days)[no longer the case]

Console Checks in Every 24 hours [no longer the case]

Trade-ins are up to the publisher and only at participating retailers [no longer the case]

You can give a game to a friend only if they have been on your friends list for 30 days, and then it is stuck with them. [no longer the case]

Up to 10 family members can play your games from any console at any time [no longer the case – IT IS NOT BECAUSE THEY WERE FORCED TO CHANGE POLICIES, THEY JUST DON’T WANT TO DO IT.]

Also Retail price for Xbox One: 499.99


ALL PS4 Info

PlayStation Plus: What you get for 49.99 a year

Key Points:

Subscribers receive access to the Instant Game Collection, exclusive and early access to demos, automatic updates, and various discounts, among other things.

NO RESTRICTIONS ON GAMES – Trade, borrow, sell, no restrictions.

No need for constant online connectivity – YOU DO NOT need online to play games, your system will NOT stop working after 24 hrs of no internet.

PS4 Retail price: 399.99

PS4 vs. Xbox One vs. Wii U Comparison Chart

Feature PlayStation 4 Xbox One Wii U
Price $399.99 [1] $499.99 [2] $349.99 / 299.99
Optical Drive Blu-ray/DVD [3] Blu-ray/DVD [4] 25GB Optical Disc (Proprietary)
Game DVR Yes [5] Yes [6] No
RAM 8GB GDDR5 [7] 8GB DDR3 [8] 2GB DDR3 [9]
CPU Single-chip x86 AMD “Jaguar” processor, 8 cores [10] 8 Core Microsoft custom CPU[11] Multi-Core PowerPC “Espresso” CPU [12]
Storage 500 GB Hard Drive (user removeable)[13] 500 GB Hard Drive (non-removeable)[14] 8GB or 32GB Flash
External Storage TBA Yes, USB [15] Yes, USB
Cloud Storage Yes [16] Yes [17] No
Mandatory Game Installs No [18] Yes [19] No
Required Internet Connection No [20] Yes but ONLY for the system’s mandatory day one update. [21][22] No
Used Game Fee No [23]Publisher Dependent No [24] No
Digital game sharing or gifting No No No
Backwards Compatibility None [25] None [26] Yes, Wii
Cross Game Chat Yes [27] Yes [28] No
Motion Control DualShock 4, PlayStation 4 Eye (not included), PlayStation Move (not included) Kinect 2 Wii Remote, Wii U GamePad (included)
Second Screen Vita (not included) [29]Playstation App[30] SmartGlass (not included) [31] Wii U GamePad (included)
Voice Commands TBA Yes [32] No
Subscription Service PlayStation Plus[33] Xbox Live [34] No
USB USB 3.0 [35] USB 3.0 [36] USB 2.0
Live Streaming Yes Yes No
Reputation Preservation Trophies will be ported Achievements will be ported[37] N/A
Web Connection Gigabit Ethernet, IEEE 802.11 b/g/n [38] Gigabit Ethernet, IEEE 802.11 b/g/n WiFi [39] Gigabit IEEE 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, LAN via USB dongle
BlueTooth Bluetooth 2.1 (EDR)[40] No* Bluetooth 4.0 Support[41]
A/V Hookups HDMI out (4K Support [42]) Optical output[43] HDMI input and output (4K support), Optical output[44] HDMI out, Component/Composite out
Region Locked No No [45] Yes

*Confirmed to IGN by a Microsoft representative.

Console Bundle Comparison Chart

This chart compares the physical contents of the launch day bundles of the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Wii U. Other console comparison features are outlined above.

Feature PlayStation 4 Xbox One Wii U
Pack-In Game None [46] None [47] Nintendo Land(included inDeluxe bundle)
Controllers DualShock 4 Wireless Controller Xbox One Controller,Kinect [48] Wii U GamePad
Headset Wired Mono Headset [49] Not Included[50] Not included
AV Cables HDMI Cable[51] HDMI Cable[52] HDMI Cable
Charging Cables USB Charging Cable [53] TBA Wii U GamePad Charging Cable
Camera Not included[54] Kinect [55] Wii U GamePad Camera
Trial Subscription TBA TBA N/A
Colors Black Black Black, White


A console is not just the sum of its tech specs and features. Games matter too!

Size Comparison