PS4 Update 5.50 Is Out Now


Sony says that the new supersampling mode will improve image quality in some games when your PS4 Pro is connected to a TV with 2K or lower resolution. You can set specific times and limits for when gaming can be accessed to help limit access for kids. Users can now set custom wallpapers by transferring them over a USB drive.

Except for the supersampling, everything else is also available on the base PS4 console. If you're a parent, the new Play Time Management feature within Family Management will allow you to control when and how long each child can play.

This feature builds on the new range of parental controls that were added in patch 5.0.0.

PlayStation 4 update 5.50 is out right now, and it brings some pretty cool features to the machine, especially those who own a PlayStation 4, but don't yet have a 4K TV.

For those unfamiliar with the game, Days Gone is an open-world zombie survival game, with the player being tasked with fighting, strategizing and exploring the game's world on their own terms in order to survive.

You'll now find new tabs within the Library that makes it easier to organize and find your stuff.

There are also three new tabs for the Library page. You can split games into games installed on the machine, and those that come from PlayStation Plus.

For a closer look at the theme itself, you can look at the image above.

Sony's latest system update is now available to everybody.

The official post from developer Santa Monica Studio states that, when played on PS4 Pro with a 4K TV, God of War outputs in a dynamic 4K resolution achieved through a 2160p checkerboard. Games that weren't programmed to take advantage of the PS4 Pro's second, more powerful GPU cluster didn't initially benefit. Other updates include improved music playback functionality, deleting notifications, and being some improvements to customizing friends and who can view them.