Latest PlayStation 4 System Software Update Rolled Out to Squash Bugs
Sony has rolled out recently quite a lot of updates to its PlayStation 4 gaming consoles, and now the latest one has been rolled out, bringing a bunch of new features and bug fixes. The 2.02 update to the PlayStation4 system software was released on November 11th, 2014.
Many PS4 owners have been experiencing technical issues since updating to firmware version 2.0, and it seems that this upgrade is here to fix those annoying issues. Some PS4 users have been prevented from turning back their system on after entering standby mode.
The main features in PS 4 system software update 2.02 are related to 2.01 and 2.00, which means it brings stability updates and fixes to certain annoying bugs. Here are some more details according to IGN.com publication:
In particular, it addresses a bug that was causing review copies of Dragon Age: Inquisition to frequently crash. I had the misfortune of dealing with said bug first-hand during the first few days of my review, but after receiving a test kit with a beta version of 2.02 on it last week, the issue disappeared. Unless you had updated to 2.0, and then lost your internet connection, you’d never have experienced the issue when Dragon Age: Inquisition hits stores next week. Just remember to install the 2.02 update by then, and you should have the same crash-free experience I had once making the switch. IGN Logo
Some PS4 players have been complaining that their MP3 USB still doesn’t work properly, however. Also, some others have been complaining that the 2.02 patch causes their games to crash, but reports of this happening are rather scarce.
What about you? Have you installed the latest PlayStation 4 version? And if so, what has been your impression so far?