Sony has announced that they will be bringing a update to both of its Playstation consoles in the coming weeks with the PS4 receiving a 1.72 software update and the older PS3 getting a 4.60 update too.
Sony announced the incoming updates via its Twitter account, where they also revealed that both of the updates will “improve system software stability during use of some features”.
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Sony has already confirmed that the 1.72 system update is out now, and shortly the PS3 will be seeing it 4.60 update landing. The update improves system software stability during use of some features, according to Sony.
System software updates coming soon for PS4 (v1.72) and PS3 (v4.60), both will improve system software stability during use of some features
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) June 24, 2014
The Playstation 4’s update appears to be a patch however, with Sony only just releasing Version 1.7 to its console, v1.72 looks to be a bug fix only. A few users have complained that recording functionality does not work as intended, and the update may be to fix this.
The PS4 update will land automatically on consoles from now, once users have turned on their connected devices, or users can download the update manually using a USB Device.