Sony has released a new firmware update today for the PS4, version 7.50 and, as usual, it’s all about that extra stability. However, there’s also one little change that, for most people, won’t be noticeable: support for HDCP 2.3 HDMI. For most, it means nothing, but it’s nice to have it all the same.
The rest of the 7.50 PS4 update is the usual stability or, as Sony likes to phrase it these days, performance. There are no big new features and there’s really no reason to get excited. Thankfully, it’s a small download of 471MB, so you’ll be able to get it downloaded and installed in no time.
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At this point in the PS4’s life, it isn’t expected that we’ll see many – if any – new features for the console by way of firmware updates. With the PS5 release expected for later this year, the internal focus for Sony will be on getting the PS5’s system OS up and running. We’ll still see regular PS4 updates, mind you, just as the PS3 and PS Vita have received them over the years, but don’t expect to get much more extra functionality out of your PS4.