Sony released a new firmware update for the PlayStation 4 today—a nice round number, 6.0. Such point-zero updates often mean big new changes for a platform, which is what fans were hoping for. This wishlist possibly even included name changes, because PSN users are nothing if not imaginative dreamers. Unfortunately, the update did not bring name changes with it, or any other new features, leaving many PS4 players in disbelief. “Either there is some huge hidden feature announcement coming, or this is the biggest troll of an update ever,” reads the top comment on the post about the new firmware over on the PS4 subreddit. Its official description simply reads, “This system software update improves system performance.” In response, someone on a ResetEra forum thread on the subject wrote “Why wasn’t this 5.6 if it’s just stability? Something is awry,” a sentiment shared by others who are confident there must be another shoe to drop, in part due to unverified rumors and mysterious hints by PlayStation employees. Sony has had a lot of those types of updates. In fact, it’s become something of a running joke. Performance is always getting improved, or becoming more stable, both things that sound good… Read full this story
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