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You can now sign up to beta test the next PS4 firmware update

You can now sign up to beta test the next PS4 firmware update


Looks like that big PS4 update that was rumoured a while back could be on the way fairly soon, as Sony are asking for beta testers to sign up.

Previously, a PS4 survey seemed to suggest a range of features like being able to change your PSN ID or have a Store wish list could be on the way. Or were at least something Sony were considering.


Some of these we’ve already got, like PS2 Classics, but there’s still a lot there we’ve not seen since. The beta will kick off in early March so we should have a good idea of what’s coming then. If you sign up (using that link up top) then you’ll get a mail with instructions to download the new system software, with the comforting reminder that you can roll back to the normal update at any time. One word of warning though – you’ll need a master account to get involved.

Click here to sign up.

Please note that completing this enrolment form does not guarantee a place on this Beta Trial.

Invitations are at Sony Computer Entertainment Europe’s (SCEE’s) discretion. Unless you are successful, we will not contact you regarding this Beta Trial. By completing this form you agree to the Private Beta Trial Agreement.

If you are successful we will email you with information on how to access PSN Beta, where you will be able to access Beta Trial information (including your voucher code). Keep an eye out for the official invitation e-mail so that you know when the action has commenced!

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