PS4 System Update 3.0 is Now in Beta, Brings YouTube Streaming and More
PS4’s next major update is 3.0, that will bring the awaited YouTube live streaming and much more. YouTube livestreaming will allow PS4 users to stream their gameplay directly from their console, without the need of any external hardware.
These stream will broadcast on YouTube’s website and YouTube Gaming mobile app. On the other hand, if you are a PlayStation Plus member then you know that Sony offers 1GB of online storage to you. Update 3.0 will bring the storage capacity to 10GB for PS Plus members.
Moreover, players can share gameplay clips on Twitter.
Users will have the ability to share video clips directly to Twitter. Maximum video length is 10 seconds, though you’ll have the ability to trim longer clips.
Messaging is getting some love from as well, as the company is adding stickers to your conversations. After the update hits, users will be able to send stickers to friends via message from PS4.
Now Playing / What’s New is getting some changes as well:
The Now Playing screen will display even more information about what your friends are doing, and you’ll be able to quickly jump into a game, party, request a screen share, or get sent to the PS Store to buy the game your friend is playing – further enhancing the social relationship with your friends online.
Update 3.0 aka Kenshin is now available on the beta program. Keep in mind that some of these feature may not make it to the final build of Kenshin.