All the details about general online play requirements can be found at this help page from Sony.
Only free-to-play games can be played online without a PS+ subscription. Otherwise, at least one account in the console must have a subscription to PS+, and that account must have that playstation marked as its primary console in order for online play to be ...
According to this help page:
In almost all cases, a PlayStation Plus subscription is needed to play online multiplayer on the PS4™.
This seems to be the case for Ark: Survival Evolved, since the game case (for physical copy) and page in the store page say:
Online multiplayer (2-70 players). A paid-for PlayStation Plus membership is required.
So you need ...
Sadly, the PS4 edition of Minecraft Bedrock can't import custom packs from .mcpack files. Only the Xbox One, Android and Windows 10 editions of the game can do this.
Your only option is to use the Minecraft Store and obtain content with Tokens, or purchase the same content from another platform linked to your Microsoft account and then download it in your ...
For me, it was formatting the drive with exFAT on MacOS. It defaults to a GUID partitioning layout, which PS4 treats as two separate partitions and apparently gets confused over it. Reformatting the drive with exFAT on MacOS with MBR layout fixed the problem.
I found a fix to this issue after my 7th attempt.
Format the Hard Drive to ExFAT format (make sure you have enough storage capacity)
You HAVE TO sync the Trophies. Go to [Trophies], press the Options button, and choose the [Sync With PlayStation Network] option
Insert the USB storage device into the Playstation (I used one of the USB Plugs on the front of ...