The PS4 firmware 9.00 beta is now available for download to users who have participated in the best test of the update. We’ll tell you which innovations and improvements are offered with the new firmware in detail below.
PS4 Firmware 9.00 Beta download available now
Sony Interactive Entertainment is not forgetting the PS4 and has also released the new firmware 9.00 beta, along with the launch of the PS5 beta that adds support for M.2 SSDs and other accessibility improvements. Users participating in the beta test of the update started to receive emails about the subject.
You can request a place to test the beta by going to this link, which has as its main novelty that the system will now show the PlayStation 5 trophies on the previous Sony console, integrating both statistics in a single section.
In addition, new features have also been added to group messages. Now, when you block a user, the system will ask you if you want to leave a group that you have in common with that person you just blocked.
On the other hand, parental control will also add a new option that will allow the console to send a notification to the PlayStation App for when a person requests to play a restricted game on the PS4.
At the moment, there is still no official arrival date for PS4 firmware 9.00; although it will most likely be released to the general public in a few weeks.