Sony has just released the latest update for their entertainment console, The PS4. The update is relatively minor, only weighing in at 357.3MB, the patch notes indicate “this system software update improves system performance.”
That’s about it, I haven’t downloaded the patch as of yet, but I’m seeing lots of users commenting that they feel like their console is far more stable than ever. What they use to benchmark the differences in stability, I wouldn’t know.
In other Sony news, the entertainment company recently released a credit card which provides gamers with exclusive benefits such as discounts on Sony products as well as a point system to spend on games. Sign up and you’ll receive 50$ credit, right off the bat.
‘Sony has teamed up with Capital One to introduced a new method of payment for the PlayStation store: The Sony Credit card. The idea behind the card is to essentially offer gamers rewards program for buying digital sony products, physical sony equipment and paying cellphone bills
When you use the card you earn points, 100 points is the equivalent to 1$, which you can use to buy more Sony products.’
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