There's a point where companies should think about the consumers. We shouldn't be supporting Sony's anti consumerism
I'm more then happy having as little crossplay as possible. I turn it off if possible as it creates more problems on games then it creates for me. I believe if people want to play with or against me they should buy a ps4 and not another console.
Sony think this too and its definitely a big selling point for the ps4. So many have no reason to buy an xbox when they can't play with their friends but if it had crossplay many would and Sony would lose sales to MS.
MS wouldn't do this last gen when they were doing well so it's a bit rich of them to expect Sony to do it now.
Mason made a good point, though. It's like if Sony raised the price of their PS4 instead of lowering it, and instead of complaining, or just remaining silent about it, you justify their reasons for doing so and spin it to be a good thing. Of course, I'm just talking in hyperbole (I hope), but do you see what I mean? Even if your claim about liking the fact that crossplay is disallowed were true, which I don't buy for a second, surely you are open-minded enough as an individual to see how others might find it to their liking. Your negligence reflects poorly on us all as a community.