Sony has now made available the PlayStation 4 System Update 7.50 to the owners of the console.
During February end, Sony has posted a message for inviting players to test the new firmware of PlayStation 4. The Japanese company frequently takes these actions when it adds new features to its consoles, but during the start, there was not much information about the actions taken. Later, the console users discovered a hidden option, and today all PlayStation 4 owners will check the updated version.
Unfortunately, Sony has not provided any extensive options in this update that could have a positive impact on the experience of players. It is simply that the firmware 7.50 for PS4 is just a generic patch related to device performance:
“This system software update improves system performance.”
There were many people who were hoping that 7.50 update will offer greater options, allowing to customize the menu of PlayStation 4. For now, however, we cannot count on many options so far. Analyzing the scheduled release and the latest information about PS5, it seems extremely unlikely that PS4 will receive similar updates.
The System Update 7.50 has a file size of 471MB, but due to the slowdown in downloading files from PlayStation Network servers, you should be prepared for longer downloads than usual.
We would also take the opportunity to remind you about the free games that was announced yesterday, as from today you can download Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection (consisting of Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune, Uncharted 2: Among Thieves and Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception), along with the title of Journey for PS4 revealed by Sony as part of the Play At Home Initiative.