PlayStation 4 owners will soon get an update notification on their consoles as Sony is now rolling out the PlayStation 4 system software update version 6.0. While this new software update doesn’t have a decimal version number, it doesn’t have one of Sony’s unique Daimiyo names as well. That’s because it’s an incremental update which doesn’t bring much in the way of new features to the console.

Sony Interactive Entertainment is rolling out the system software update 6.0 for the PlayStation 4 today. It’s now available for download via the PlayStation Network. The update comes in at 447MB.

The patch notes aren’t lengthy at all because there are no new features included in this update. “This system software update improves system performance.” reads the official changelog. Users normally expect the company to ship new features with a full numbered update.

It’s an even number update alright but there’s no mention of any new features which many PlayStation 4 owners will certainly find odd. It only says that the system’s performance has been updated without going into any details about any bugs or issues that have been addressed with this update. It’s only a matter of time now before this latest system software update for the PlayStation 4 starts making its way to console owners across the globe.

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