Sony is proactive in dealing with issues and adding new updates to their new console. For that reason, the PlayStation 4 update 3.0 is being launched tomorrow!
John Koller, the vice president of Platforms Marketing at Sony Computer Entertainment America took to the official PlayStation US Blog with a detailed introduction of all the features that are going to accompany the PlayStation 4 update 3.0.
The 3.00 system software update on PS4, codename: Kenshin, will be available to download starting tomorrow, September 30th. We want to extend our sincere thanks to everyone that participated in the beta. I want you to all know that we’ve listened. Your feedback made this system software update even better.
As far as the features are concerned, you will now be able to easily share videos on Twitter with a new icon in the Upload Video Clip menu. However, the maximum length of a clip that can be uploaded is 10 seconds.
A big Plus icon on the top right corner of the home screen with take you to a dedicated section for PlayStation Plus after the PlayStation 4 update 3.0 launches tomorrow. The Broadcast Gameplay Screen will also give you access to YouTube Live so that you can livestream content easily. A new section for Events has also been added to the home screen.
You can now store images in PNG format by following this path Share > Share Settings > Screenshot Settings > Image Format.
There are other changes like improvements to Messages and Favorite Groups, community creations, as well asMessaging stickers themed around Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, Knack, LittleBigPlanet 3, Resogun, and more.
Read up in detail abut the PlayStation 4 update 3.0 here, or check out the video below for a rundown on everything that is coming your way.