PS4 has just received a new update, which brings the console operating system from the last generation to the version 8.50.
Not only PS5, therefore, which has just received its first major system update, but also some tweaks to the previous platform.
Curiously, some of the changes introduced on the PlayStation 5 weren’t even advertised in the official changelog but were detected quite quickly by the community.
The 8.50 update brings in different dowries new features for the console once flagship of the Japanese house, but it also removes an important one.
As it was announced in the beta, in fact, PS4 waives the popular functionality of the Communities from this update.
However, it was implemented Share Play cross-gen, which means that this feature now works between PS5 and PS4 as well.
In summary, you can show your game to a friend whether you and him are on the same machine or on two different PlayStation family.
PS4 players will also be able to enable and disable message notifications for each of the groups in which you participate.
On the game session screen, you can now use a button to request the session leader to join the game; he can also send an invitation for participation.
Now, when you do will play a hidden title, others will no longer see you playing it and, in terms of privacy, it will be possible to change the permissions for those who can interact with us in parties, games and messages.
For the moment, the infamous battery bug remains off the list of fixes, which would knock out the ability to play on PS4 when it runs out.
For trophy enthusiasts, the now last-gen console still has a lot to offer, as evidenced by the list of the easiest titles to platinum.
In case you are on the hunt for new games, however, you can take advantage of the new discounts just arrived on PlayStation Store also for PS4.
If you want to subscribe to PlayStation Plus, you can get it now on sale of 20% for the annual subscription.