Sony released firmware update 5.01 yesterday. According to the eu playstation site, the update is optional (meaning you can still access PSN online services if you stay on 5.00 for now). As often with these minor updates, the changelog is as generic and cryptic as possible, only stating that this […Read more…]
Last month we saw the release of PS4 Firmware 4.74, and today following NOBUNAGA Beta 6 Sony has officially put PS4 Firmware 5.00 live for everyone as a mandatory update. Download: PS4 Firmware 5.00 Update (US) / PS4 Firmware 5.00 Update (EU) / PS4 Firmware 5.00 Update (UK) / PS4 Firmware 5.00 Update (AU/NZ) / PS4 Firmware 5.00 Update (JP) For those who didn’t know, Sony […Read more…]
The lifespan of the PS4 MTX Key modchip will only have been of a few weeks. The device, which was enabling game sharing with virtually infinite numbers of “friends”, has been confirmed by multiple sources to be patched with the latest PS4 firmware. PS4 Firmware 4.73 was released earlier today to block […Read more…]
“This system software update improves the quality of the system performance”. Sony has just released an update for the PS4, and as you might have guessed and as is the case for most minor firmware updates, it’s a “stability improvement”, also known on the scene as “we patched some vulnerability”.
Main features in version 4.50 update You can now use a USB storage device to install applications, or move applications from your PS4’s system storage. The following USB storage devices can be used. Select (Settings) > [Devices] > [USB Storage Devices], select the connected USB storage device, and then format […Read more…]