PlayStation 4 firmware 2.50, codenamed Yukimura, is due for release tomorrow, March 26.
Firmware update 2.50 for PlayStation 4 will be launching tomorrow, March 26, Sony has announced.
Codenamed Yukimura, the system update is promised to bring suspend/resume feature, trophy sync improvements, accessibility options, and much more. 2.50 has been in beta testing a while and it looks like it’s ready for prime time.
Another new feature is the ability to backup installed games, save files, screenshots & videos, and downloaded games, to a USB device. You will also be able to restore them via a new tool built into the system.
Take a look at the new tool in the new images:
The full list of changes can be found on the PS Blog.