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.
You’ve probably been wondering when you’ll get things like categorizing your friends, having a direct access to your PlayStation Plus options, 10GB’s of Online Storage, YouTube Streaming, and even loading your videos up onto Twitter. Today our friends over at PlayStation have officially announced that “Kenshin” will launch tomorrow worldwide after having been in Beta for the past month for select users.
This update features things such as uploading pictures in PNG or JPG format for those who want to to see an Event Calendar for PlayStation or Game Events can now do so through the new events manager. This update also includes things such as a favorite’s group where you can place those you commonly play with in it for easier access if you want to game with them.
For a full rundown of changes head on over to the PlayStation Blog for more information and stay tuned for our impressions of the changes!
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