4:13 PM PST – Sony has updated its PS4 software, making it easier for gamers to get updates to their hardware.
The update comes in the form of a new firmware that includes some of the latest PlayStation 4 features and a number of new enhancements to Xbox One.
The company also released a few new features in the firmware.
The new PS4 firmware, for instance, allows you to automatically download the latest update for your console from Sony.
It also offers a new “PST Update” option that will automatically download updates from Sony and other partners as they become available.
This option can be enabled in the console settings.
Another new feature in the PS4 update is the ability to sync your PS4 save files with the cloud, a feature that lets you save files from one PS4 to another and then sync the files.
This is great for keeping a copy of your progress across multiple PS4s.
Lastly, Sony also released an update for its Xbox One software, including a new update that makes it easier to update to the latest Xbox One firmware.
It comes in a new version called Xbox One S, which adds the ability for gamers who already have a PS4 Pro console to update and update to an Xbox One console.
The console will also now support Microsoft’s Kinect for Windows 10.
Other changes include a new option to enable “Pstsync” to use the PS3’s internal memory instead of the PS Vita’s internal RAM.
This allows users to store their saved games in the cloud and download them at any time.
You can also now pause gameplay on the PS2 and PlayStation versions of the game in a similar fashion to the way that you pause the action on your PC.
The update for PlayStation 4 also includes new features like new streaming support, the ability, now, to pause the PS Store, and support for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 games on PS4.