At some point in the next 24 hours, your PlayStation 4 console will ask you to download the firmware update 8.00. In detail PlayStation Blog, This patch includes many different changes such as removing the party system, messaging, new avatars, updated parental controls and the ability to create events.
After the 8.00 update, messages and party systems will be more tightly connected because you can send messages and invite users to a party chat from the same group of players. You no longer need two separate groups for the two features to work properly and it will take you to the PlayStation 5 as well.
Pre-set avatars are also getting a facelift with new images to choose from. Profile images from PS4 titles such as Bloodborne, Journey, Ghost of Sushima, God of War, The Last of Us: Part II, The Last of Us Remastered, and Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. In the Quick menu, there is a new option to mute all microphones instantly. Two-step verification has also been improved with support for third-party authentication applications.
After downloading the patch, the Events tab on the PS4 home screen appears to be completely scraped. You can no longer create new events or access existing ones. The same thing happens with private communities, which are no longer accessible. If you already have one, you can access it.
Finally, the Remote Play app on mobile phones and PCs is adding the option to connect to the PS5. It can take advantage from November 12, 2020. How do you respond to this PS4 firmware update? What do you think will eliminate some of the symptoms? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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