Sony has announced that it is looking for beta testers to help give feedback on the next system software update for the PS4. Testing is set to begin on September 2nd, and if you’re interested then you can go to this site to register your interest. Not everyone will get picked and only master accounts can get access to the software, with sub accounts locked out of the experience.
Last week there was an apparent leak of what firmware 3.00 would bring to the PS4, such as creating communities, broadcasting to Youtube, and uploading ten second clips to Twitter. Sony has confirmed that if you do participate in the beta and aren’t happy with the features then you can roll back to firmware 2.57 whenever you wish. The company has not given any hints for what beta testers should expect, with that information to be announced closer to the time.
Source: PS Blog