PS4 Firmware Update 11.00 Released, Here Are The Changes
Sony has just released a minor PS4 firmware update version 11.00 that appears to bring small changes to the consoles.
The system software will update the console to version 11.00 and along with the new PS5 update, it appears to deal with some minor improvements and fixes. It is now possible to sign into the PS4 through the PS App. There are also other changes included as well like the improvements made to the messages and usability on some screens.
The complete patch notes for this new PS4 firmware update 11.00 can be seen below. It is accessible on the PS4 console as well as the official website.
PS4 Firmware Update 11.00 Changelog
- You can now sign in to your PS4 console without a password with PS App.
- On your mobile device, scan the QR code to sign in, just like for PS5. Some authentication actions can also use push notifications on PS App.
- You can now see emoji reactions to messages.
- We’ve improved the messages and usability on some screens.
Since the PS4 has been succeeded by the PS5, the frequency of its updates and features have slowed down. It likely remains minor upgrades will continue that could patch out any exploit or add compatibility support for some of the apps that are released by Sony.
This update also appears to have launched along with the new PS5 update that brings features like support for Dolby Atmos and more. You can learn all about it from this article. It is best to keep your PS4 updated to the latest firmware since it allows the console to keep connected to PSN and support online multiplayer.
If you have installed this new firmware update and noticed any other odd changes, do let us know in the comments below.