Sony may be extending its audio options even further, as a recent report suggests that the PlayStation 4 and Music Unlimited service could be about to get a lot more friendly. Pocket-Lint caught up with Sony Network Entertainment's director of music Anu Kirk, who hinted that there are ongoing talks regarding the ways in which the on-demand streaming platform could be enhanced on the Japanese giant's freshest format.

“We’re looking at ways to add more integration for gamers on that platform in the near future," he said. "It would be silly for us not to look at more close integration of gaming and the Music Unlimited service.” While the application can already be accessed during gameplay, future updates could see your own personal playlists integrated into titles such as Grand Theft Auto V.

It seems like a smart move, too, considering the use of Music Unlimited has surged since the launch of the PS4. According to Kirk, "the business has more than doubled in subscriber growth and we’ve sustained that momentum”. Would enhanced in-game functionality tempt you to join the audio network? Are you already planning a (possible) career as a Los Santos DJ? Pump up the volume in the comments section below.

[via pocket-lint.com, vg247.com]