On April 6, the rollout of firmware 3.50 for the PS4 begins. A highlight is “Remote Play”. This feature allows you to stream games from the console to PC or Mac. In addition, the new system software particularly facilitates social interactions with contacts on the friends list.
Tomorrow the firmware update of 3.5 for the PS4 (codename: Musashi) is going to be rolled out. This was just announced in its official website of PlayStation blog. Exact times for the upgrade process are there but as usual not mentioned. Also about download and installation size no word is mentioned. But the new firmware 3.5, in any case, are much more important that is supplemented. Those who took part on the beta testing in the past few weeks ago, knows much about this update.
The highlight of the firmware 3.5 probably represents “Remote Play” for many PS4 owners. This feature allows games from the console to PC (Windows 8.1) or Mac (from OS X 10.10) to stream. The display quality (resolution, frame rate) is here, of course limited by the available bandwidth. Also, the ability to create gaming events for a given time is something new. In addition, you will be informed on request now, if someone turns on its PS4 to join your friends list.
As an additional data, those who have participated in the Musashi beta can participate in an online survey in which they can express their complaints or compliments for the firmware team of Sony Computer Entertainment.