It would seem that the next major software updates for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR are landing tomorrow, after Redditor Finch-Tech was told as much when they reached out to Sony’s customer support team to ask about a problem with PSVR.
Always taking things on the internet with a pinch of salt – I mean, fake news, right? – the alleged reply to Finch’s query read:
With the release of System Software 4.50 tomorrow, there will be a patch to version 2.40 of the PS VR firmware. I do not have specifics on what the patch contains, outside of support for 3D Blu-rays.
System Software 4.50 for PlayStation 4 is a pretty damn good one, adding several major features to improve your gaming life. Among other things, external HDD support for game installs and a “Boost” mode on PlayStation 4 Pro that lets you unleash a little bit more of the Pro’s power to help stabilise and improve any shaky performance of games that haven’t been optimised for the system.
The system software also bundles in a firmware update for the PlayStation VR that will add support for 3D Blu-ray playback with the headset on your noggin.
Source: Finch-Tech Reddit