You can now start downloading the latest firmware update for your PlayStation 4.
Sony has started deploying firmware 3.00 across all regions. We’ve seen reports from the US and Europe confirming that the latest PlayStation 4 software update is now available for download.
As ever, the size is a small 250MB, and should start downloading automatically.
The new update is codenamed Kenshin and has been in beta for a few weeks. The list of changes is large but the items include an increase to the online save storage to 10GB for Plus users, the ability to stream to YouTube and upload videos to Twitter, the ability to save uncompressed screenshots, and the addition of new Communities and Event Hubs.
Messaging improvements including groups and stickers, as well as a few accessibility features are among some of the new additions.