While Sony has stated in the update’s current state that it does not include major-consumer-facing features such as name changes, dashboard changes, or anything of the likes, the current state of the system update focuses on quality of life improvements and fixes.
Today Sony Interactive Entertainment has begun to send out invites for their previously teased beta for system software update 6.0 for the PlayStation 4. The invites were confirmed via email for those who have opted in for beta testing their system software.
In the current state of the beta test, Sony opened up with stating that the “current beta stage” does not include major consumer-facing features such as name changing, dashboard changes, etc, but rather, it focuses on quality of life improvements and fixes.
Regardless of how small these changes are, Sony is looking to have their users help out with the current stage of testing. At this moment, Sony hasn’t opened up about whether or not this upcoming system software will include a major feature or if it’ll be a limited beta phase or if there will be more to be revealed at a later date.
We’ll keep you updated if anything changes regarding system update 6.0.
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