PS4’s Firmware 4.0 Will Include Folders And Offline Trophies

Sony has finally revealed details on what will be heading to the PS4 via firmware 4.0, with folders being one of the big additions. You’ll be able to organise your games and apps on the launcher and the library how you want. The library will also only show games you have installed on your console, unless you choose to go with the Purchased Content tab which shows everything you have access too. There’s also been confirmation that you’ll be able to view trophies without a network connection, and the option to reveal hidden trophies will be included too.

The user interface will be getting some adjustments too including new icons and backgrounds. The Quick Menu has been revised as well and will not take up the full screen. The Share menu gets a similar overhaul and you’ll be able to share clips faster, with Twitter clips now being able to be 140 seconds. User profiles get more customisation like being able to set a background using screenshots taken, and you can compare trophy lists with other players. Sony hasn’t revealed the full extent of what 4.00 will include, but folders are a welcome addition.

Source: PS Blog

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  1. How about the ability to remove from the library titles you’ll never want or be able to play again? Mines got shed loads of alphas and betas that are obviously well and truly expired and just cluttering up the place.

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