Sony Computer Entertainment said the firmware update 3.50 for the PlayStation 4 will be tested in advance by some players, as part of a beta for which entries are now open now.
Last September, Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE) had already proposed to test previews of a major update to the PlayStation 4, as part of a beta on enrollment. This allowed the manufacturer to benefit from user feedback, with a view to refine its new features and other adjustments.
The 3.5 firmware for the console is preparing to arrive and SCE plans to propose a new beta phase to allow some players to test the next few days before final posting.
To benefit, one must register at this address and if you are drawn, it will be possible to test this beta beginning in March 2016. The lucky winners will be notified by e-mail, including the download instructions.
It is also recalled that it will be possible to switch to the previous firmware version of the PS4 at any time during this trial phase.