Sony has released PS4 update 4.55 for users to download from this morning, though unlike the last major software update, there’s not much here to get excited about other than some improvements to console performance.
The PS4 4.55 update weighs in at around 324MB, with users coverage improvements to their Wi-Fi connectivity and less crashing instances on the PS4 Pro.
According to the official Sony website, the PS4 system software update 4.55 will come up with improves the quality of the system performance. So, it means that Sony is constantly improving the stability of its flagship home console every few months by the PS4 updates.
“An update to the PlayStation 4 system software was released on April 11, 2017. Use this update to install system software version 4.55”.
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“At all times update your PS4™ system to the latest version of the system software. By updating, you can enjoy additional features, improved usability, and enhanced security.”
The PS4 Update 4.55 patch notes also added some interesting features such are custom wallpapers, PS4 Pro Boost Mode, and support for external hard drives.
Well, some people are facing issue with the latest PS4 4.55 update, one Reddit says “A few people had issues with wifi following the update. I have pretty bad internet but can play Overwatch with minimal lag. But following the update I couldn’t play at all. Constant shuttering.
The PS4 Update 4.55 is finall roll out for all PS4 users, the last PS4 update had added some more interesting features boost mode” for PS4 Pro and external hard drive support, custom wallpapers, voice chat and remote play, more.