PS4 System Software Update 3.0 Released by Sony Alongside PS Vita Update 3.55

on September 30, 2015 5:09 AM

Sony Computer Entertainment just released software update 3.0  for the PS4, nicknamed Kenshin, which brings quite a few new elements, like the events menu and communities.

At the bottom of the post you can check out the full patch notes, but the new PS4 update did not come alone, and besides the patch to the PlayStation App that came earlier today, Sony also released an update numbered 3.55 for the PS Vita.

As usual with sub-digit updates, PS Vita patch 3.55 is just a minor update, which “improves stability with some features.”

Both updates can be downloaded directly from the PSN in all regions as I’m writing, so what are you waiting for?

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 /  Executive News Editor
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