Sony seems to be sending out PS4 software 7.50 beta invites to a handful of people to test out the upcoming firmware. What is included in the new software? Well, it seems nothing at all as Sony even lists the changes as “improved operation stability”.
RELATED: ASUS ROG Swift PG65UQ 65-inch Big Format Gaming Display Review
According to the PlayStation invites, the software includes very little apart from stability tweaks which are even unnoticeable to the average user. The emails being sent out to specific PS4 owners reveal the following;
[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”#58DF2D” class=”” size=”21″]We invite you to the PS4 system software 7.50 beta test. Please participate in this test program. Thank you for your cooperation in improving the quality of system software in the future. There are no new features in this beta test. Improved operation stability.[/perfectpullquote]
With that being said, Sony could indeed be including new features into the latest update which they have yet to share with the public and beta testers. Usually, these beta tests are quite transparent with even the ability to share the codes with friends so they too can test the upcoming software. It seems that is not the case with PS4 software 7.50 as the details and beta phase has been under the radar.
— dolly (@dolly_silent) February 26, 2020
If we spot anything new online and anyone decides to leak any of the new PlayStation features, we will share them with you. For now, it seems PS4 software 7.50 will just be a stability update and nothing more.