Sony announces PS4 Beta testing signup

Similar to Sony’s decision in the past to allow a certain number of PS4 owners to test out the console’s 3.00 and 3.50 updates with sign up previews, the company recently took to the PlayStation Blog to declare the system’s Update 4.0 will have a beta.

Similar to Sony’s decision in the past to allow a certain number of PS4 owners to test out the console’s 3.00 and 3.50 updates with sign up previews, the company recently took to the PlayStation Blog to declare the system’s Update 4.0 will have a beta, and that it is scheduled to start soon. Fans can register to test the features of the forthcoming software overhaul before it goes live, but of course, there are some terms and conditions to take into account prior to doing so.

For starters, should a PS4 player wish to sign up for Update 4.0’s beta, one will need to be at least 18 years old and have an Internet-connected console, in addition to having access to a Master Account on the system. Should Sony accept fans into the test and have them install the update, they will be able to revert to the current 3.55 firmware whenever they desire.

Unfortunately, Sony has yet to reveal exactly what the PS4’s Update 4.0 will contain in terms of potential new content and refinements, or when the public should even expect it to come out for the system. With that being the case, it’s safe to assume that the company will provide a clearer idea of the update’s availability and assets once the beta has run its course. Even so, several months ago, a survey hinted at the firmware Update 4.0’s features, offering a decent glimpse of what could come to pass, such as folders and the ability to re-pin apps on the home screen.

Source: PlayStation Blog

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