Sony Holding New PlayStation 4 Firmware Beta In February, Sign Ups Live Now

If you’re eager to see what’s next for the PlayStation 4, Sony have opened sign ups for the next major firmware update for the console. Set to be held in February, you can pop your PSN ID into the sign up site here to register you interest and codes will be emailed out to those drawn from the magnificently stylish (and capacious) top hat Sony use for these kinds of things.

There’s currently no details on what will be included in this update, but we’ve got our fingers crossed for quite a few improvements. If you don’t like what you see, or find it’s rather buggy, you will be able to roll back to the previous system software whenever you like. Oh, and yes, this applies to all PlayStation 4 consoles, as they share the same software, regardless of if they’re Pro or not.

Source: EU PS Blog

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3 Comments

  1. Cheers, I’ll put my ID forward

  2. I’ve done a few already and the’ve all had some pleasing new features but i have no idea what to expect from this update. I guess they will reveal more when the beta begins.

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