PS4 5.50 Update Adds PS4 Pro Functionality

Sony has already rolled out 5.50 update to select PS4 users. The company has announced the details of what gamers should expect. This also means that the new PS4 update would allow gamers to register and to avail the beta test of the system.

 

Sony PS4 5.50 updates adds PS4 Pro functionality

 

 

According to Sony, the update would eventually affect some crucial areas of the PS4 system. The PS4’s system library has also been divided into two different areas. The first area of the library allows you to see all the objects that were purchased on your account. The second area only displays the objects currently installed on the PS4 gaming console.

 

 

Gamers can also check a section where they could see the games they owned via PlayStation Plus. And if your subscription has already lapsed, all the games stored on the PS4 system would be displayed with a lock icon placed on top of the PlayStation Plus logo.

 

Through this, gamers would also know if they could re-subscribe to regain access to the game. There will be a new option that would allow gamers to hide “certain” objects from the Purchased list, including trials, betas, and demos.

 

Under 5.50 update, gamers could also import any images through a USB-enabled devices if they could apply photos as a background. Previously, gamers could actually implement custom wallpaper, but Sony said that a new storage device option was added to the system’s Themes area under the Settings menu.

 

 

Also, Sony said that it added a new Play Time Management feature to impose both restriction and control on using the gaming console. This feature wants to limit the usage time of PS4, especially for children. Using the feature allows you to track the time when PS4 was used and set the daily time limits.

Sony PS4: Gaming Console Surpass 70 Million Units Globally

Sony has nailed itself to be the leading game console on the market today. The company has reached a new milestone because of its console lineup. In a press statement earlier this week, Sony Interactive Entertainment said that it sold over 70 million PS4 gaming console machines to date.

Moreover, Sony’s PSVR, an accompanying accessory of its VR, is, in fact, gaining a strong momentum. PSVR’s sales have reportedly surpassed the 2 million sales this month.

Andrew House, chairman of Sony Interactive Entertainment, said that Sony is delighted of the public’s acceptance to PS4.

“Many people are enjoying the unique entertainment proposition of PlayStation 4, and that an emerging technology like PlayStation Virtual Reality continues to gain traction,” said House.

“I cannot thank our fans and partners enough. Their support, since the launch of the very first PlayStation in 1994, has helped to make PlayStation one of the biggest console gaming networks in the world,” House added in a statement.

The Sony official further explained that Sony would continue to work closely with its identified partners to maintain momentum.

Below is the official report of PS4 console and games sold as of December 3, according to Sony as stated in its statement.

• PS4 has cumulatively sold through more than 70.6M units to consumers worldwide as of December 3, 2017;

• More than 617.8 million copies of PS4 games have been sold at retail stores globally and through digital downloads on PlayStation Store as of December 3, 2017;

• Based on strong momentum of PS4, PS VR cumulatively sold through more than 2M units to consumers worldwide as of December 3, 2017;

• 150 titles have been released for PS VR3, achieving more than 12.2 million copies sold at retail stores globally and through digital downloads on PlayStation Store as of December 3, 2017.

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