Sony is working on a major new software update for the PlayStation 4 and just like last time, it needs your help to test the software before it’s released to the public. The company today announced that it’s now accepting sign-ups from PS4 owners who are willing to test the beta software. Those who are interested in testing out the new software can sign up starting today.
PlayStation 4 owners can sign up for a chance to test the next major update for their console. This doesn’t mean that everyone who signs up will be given a spot, it will be up to Sony to decide how many people get access to the beta software.
It’s allowing console owners to sign up anytime between today and the start of the beta in early February. The only condition is that users should be 18 years or older. It also points out that once the beta kicks off the registrations will be closed so don’t waste any time in signing up if you really want to test the next major update.
Those who were included in the previous beta testing program got to see some of the new features like Folders, revised Quick Menu, the UI refresh, and more before the update was actually launched for the PS4.
Once you’re selected for the program, you will receive an email that includes instructions on how to download the beta software. Participants will be able to roll back to the previous public stable software version at any time.