Not long after launching the latest PlayStation 4 system update, Sony has revealed yet another update for its newest console will be coming next week.
The PS4's 1.75 update will add support for 3D Blu-ray movies (a feature also being added to the Xbox One in its next update and one the PS3 has offered since 2010). An exact date for the update's launch was not announced, with Sony saying on Twitter that it's "coming next week."
The timing of this announcement is curious, given the 1.74 update was only released just over a day ago. Its sole feature, if it can be called that, is the improvement of "system software stability during use of some features." 1.74 was the third update in a row to deal exclusively with that issue.
We're quickly approaching the three-month mark since we last got a PS4 update that implemented any kind of new feature. The 1.70 update released on April 30 added a new video editor, DualShock 4 light bar brightness settings, preloading support, and more.
Are you happy to see 3D Blu-ray support implemented, or are you more interested in features that affect the system's gaming functions? Let us know in the comments.
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