The arrival of the next major PlayStation 4 system update was signaled by Sony’s announcement last month that it was looking for beta testers.
Gamers who signed up can now take a peek at PlayStation 4 version 5.50, but for those who did not volunteer, here is what to expect from the firmware update.
Sony detailed the contents of the PlayStation 4 version 5.50 update in an official PlayStation blog post, where it said that selected beta testers will receive an email with instructions on how to download and install the firmware upgrade.
Through the feature, parents will be able to monitor their child’s daily playing time of the PlayStation 4 and apply restrictions as they see fit.
Lastly, the PS Plus tab shows the free games that the user has downloaded from the monthly offerings of the PlayStation Plus subscription.
The new graphics mode allows players with HDTVs, with resolutions of 1080p or less, to enjoy visual upgrades for some titles.
Supersampling mode will allow PlayStation 4 Pro owners to experience the benefits of higher resolution rendering on some games, even if they do not own a 4K TV.
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