Sony has officially launched the 5.50 update for Playstation 4 and Playstation 4 Pro, after a testing period which included 3 beta versions. This feature is not available for regular PS4 users, so be aware of this if you do not have the PS4 Pro. You can split games into games installed on the machine, and those that come from PlayStation Plus. In "Options", you can hide content including betas, trials or demos of games that you probably won't be going back to.
As requested, we're adding a function that will allow you to hide certain applications under the "Purchased" tab in the Library. This 460MB update brings a lot of new goodies to the table, some of which we've been clamoring for since the console's release.
It's International Women's Day today and that fact has not been ignored in the world of video games, with Sony celebrating the fact with the new home screen theme above.
Adding custom wallpapers - Download a picture onto your USB drive in a folder named "images", navigate to the pathway on your console, then crop your picture to your liking.
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This feature builds on the new range of parental controls that were added in patch 5.0.0. You can also zoom and crop your images so they look flawless on your dashboard.
The most noticeable highlights of the update include additional parental controls, a supersampling option for PS4 Pro, and some very cool new organization options.
For a closer look at the theme itself, you can look at the image above.
Updates to photo editing allow customized logos and backgrounds with your favorite images. If you own the console but lack a 4K television, games will better visuals on 1080p displays. Sony did not provide an explanation for the delay, but did say it will keep the public "updated on a launch date". Some games such as Horizon Zero Dawn already have this feature but the new mode allows the feature on games that don't natively support it.More news: EU doesn't want a 'wall' with Britain: bloc's president
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