PlayStation 4 Firmware 3.0 features revealed
PlayStation 4 going to get a new Firmware 3.0 version. This new firmware offers impressive features with some stability and also boosts the console performance. The features of the same is pretty worth to checkout. After getting this latest firmware update, the PS4 online capacity is simply updated to 10GB, before it was only 1GB. It is only for those who have PS Plus Membership. In this way you can now store more content on the cloud. The firmware update also brings a very tiny meter that you can see on the screen and it lets you to see the amount of storage spaced used. So that you can manage it easily. Also there is a new auto upload functionality added that will allow you to add all your Save Data easily on the cloud without any manual process. The second feature that is more impressive is YouTube Live.
This feature lets you to simply stream your live gameplay on YouTube directly. Users can view this on smartphone or PC through YouTube. There is also a new section added called as Events where it will give you a lot of information about the ongoing game activities. So that you can participate in it. You can create your own group of friends through a Favorite Group section. You can chat with them also. PS4 new firmware update also allows users to create their own communities where they can discuss about variety of PS4 game issues and get instant solution. The new update also lets players to share a 10 second clip on Twitter. The features looks pretty impressive. Checkout the feature list below.
PlayStation 4 Firmware 3.0 features:
- 10GB of Online Storage
- Stream Live Gameplay on YouTube
- New Event Hub for latest game activities, official broadcast, etc.
- Create group of your friends through Friends app.
- Start a Community and share common interest.
- Upload a 10second video on Twitter.
- Send Stickers to Friends.
- Now Playing screen for lot of new and upcoming content. Share screen.
- Get more new real-time updates through PlayStation app.
- View friends gameplay session through Request to Watch.