Sony plans to roll out software release 3.50 for the PlayStation 4 console tomorrow. This impending update will implement a bunch of new features, including the ability to play remotely on a PC or Mac.
Microsoft's Xbox leader Phil Spencer recently hinted that the Xbox One might get hardware upgrades in the future. Now a new report claims that rival Sony is planning to release an updated version of its PlayStation 4 console, with more powerful graphics hardware.
Posted by Dan Thorp-Lancaster on 1 Sep 2015 7:59 pm
If you do the majority of your gaming on the Playstation 4 (PS4) and are eager to broadcast your exploits to the whole world on YouTube, you'll soon get your chance. Sony has just provided details on the upcoming 3.00 system update that is starting to roll out to beta testers, and included in the changelog is the addition of YouTube live streaming.
Sony (sorta) unveiled the PlayStation 4 last night in New York, and along with hardware, software and development details, the electronics giant talked about how the new console would tie into mobile devices. For Android and iOS, Sony said it'd bring "second screen" experiences to these devices.
Like Microsoft's "SmartGlass," the PS4 smartphone apps will allow gamers to bring relevant...