Sony has released a firmware update (version 11.50) for the PlayStation 4 that improves the overall performance of the console

Sony has released a firmware update (version 11.50) for the PlayStation 4 that improves the overall performance of the console

Sony has released a firmware update (version 11:50) for the PlayStation 4 that improves the game console’s overall performance. Also, after installing the update, the developers announced an increase in the stability and usability of the PS4.

According to the experts, update 11.50 builds on previous improvements introduced in versions 11.02 and 11.00, which were also aimed at improving PS4 performance and user interface stability.

Also, the new PS4 firmware is aimed at improving internal services for user communication. These options have become more intuitive, clear and convenient for players. In addition, Sony has made a number of changes aimed at improving the security of the PS4.

The PlayStation 4 console was introduced in 2013. Over 10 years, Sony has sold more than 100 million PS4 units worldwide.

In early March, Sony unveiled update 9.00 for the PlayStation 5, which improves the DualSense controller’s microphone noise cancellation feature, allows you to adjust the brightness of the console’s power indicator, and interact with Share Screen using emoji and pointers.

In February, Sony released software update 4.91 for the PlayStation 3, nearly 18 years after the console’s release, which “improves system performance” and provides new encryption keys for the Blu-ray drive. They are required to play Blu-ray discs.

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