Does updating playstation help bluray
You should always update your PS4 to the latest version to enjoy new features, improved usability, and enhanced security.The Play Station 4 has supported external hard drives for a while, but Sony limited it to system upgrades and media like videos and music. However, with 4.50, Sony will let you download and install games directly to USB 3.0 hard drives up to 8TB in size.
"Also, all the applications saved in the external HDD will appear in the Content Launcher of the Home Screen so it’s easy to keep track of what apps you launched recently." That's good news for anyone who's bought in to digital-only gaming.What’s even more interesting is that there’s belief that Sony could in the future provide an update to PS4 Pro to support the UHD format, likely after sales of its souped-up Blu-ray player have subsided.“So it seems very possible that, once Sony Consumer Electronics’ set-top Ultra HD Blu-ray player finally arrives in stores and sells through for a while, you could see Sony Interactive Entertainment surprise people with a firmware update that adds full 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Disc compatibility to the Play Station 4 Pro.”The PS4 Pro launch is set for November 10, 2016.At launch it will support 4K resolutions thanks to the upgraded CPU and GPU.According to Sony Interactive Entertainment President Andrew House, who spoke with The Guardian yesterday, it isn’t possible to add support for UHD discs in a post-launch firmware update.He then said they’re more focused on streaming with 4K, as it’s what consumers are leaning towards: Our feeling is that while physical media continues to be a big part of the games business, we see a trend on video towards streaming.Certainly with our user base, it’s the second biggest use case for people’s time on the system so we place more emphasis on that area.
In their PS4 Pro FAQ, Sony said, “No, PS4 Pro’s internal Blu-ray drive does not support the new Ultra 4K Blu-ray Disc format.
So, any existing PS4 games that update their games via a patch can be playing at the higher-definition.
Those videogames include: Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, in Famous: First Light, and FIFA 17.
We still don't know when Sasuke will make a public appearance, but the 4.50 update is available now for members of Sony's beta program.
Although the Play Station 4 Pro will allow 4K video streaming through apps like Netflix and You Tube, we learned after the Meeting that it won’t support Ultra 4K Blu-ray discs.
Update 4.50 is exactly what it sounds like: an update to the Play Station 4 system console.