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Tuesday, 04 February 2014 07:44

New firmware for PS4 today

Written by David Stellmack

Version 1.60 adds more stability

At some point today, Sony will be rolling out new firmware for the PlayStation 4. Version 1.60 adds additional stability as well as a couple of new things.

The biggest feature of version 1.60 brings support for the new PULSE Wireless Stereo Headset and the original Wireless Stereo headset. In addition, PS4 owners will finally be able to mute the PlayStation 4 Camera. The ability to mute the camera will finally put an end to unintentionally broadcasting chat during multiplayer matches.

Beyond these items we have highlighted above, the stability improvements will be the star attraction here for most PS4 owners.

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