A new firmware update for the PlayStation 4 is now available under version 8.03. With this, the developers took on the in-game chats and improved the same in detail.
Even if the new generation of consoles was ushered in with the PlayStation 5 last month, the PlayStation 4 should continue to be supported with updates and new games.
As Sony Interactive Entertainment announced, a new firmware update is now available for download that will upgrade your PS4 system to version 8.03 and will bring about a change to the in-game chats. In this regard, the official changelog says the following:
PS4 VSH 8.03 is an optional update and the following change will be made:
Disable Game Chat Audio has been added under Sound/Devices in the quick menu. If you turn on this setting, game chat audio will be disabled. Your voice won’t be heard, and you won’t hear other players’ voices. This setting doesn’t apply to party chat audio.
In addition to the PlayStation 4, both the PlayStation 5 and the PlayStation 3 have received new firmware updates in the past few days. Firmware 20.02-02.30.00 is now available on the PS5, with which, among other things, a bug was fixed that could cause downloads and data transfers to commence when transferring data from a PS4.
In addition, the general performance and the connection quality to selected Wi-Fi routers have been improved. On the PlayStation 3, however, firmware update 4.87 was made available last week.
In addition to minor security fixes, PS3 update 4.87 includes updated Blu-ray keys for upcoming movies.