Posted on December 11, 2013 AT 02:57am
Sony has released a new minor system software update for PlayStation 4, which “improves system software stability,” according to the platform holder.
Users who have Auto Downloads enabled and have left their console in Standby Mode should have the update the next time they boot up the console. Everyone else will be prompted to download and install the update upon signing in.
Sony recently confirmed that it was investigating an issue that was causing players to be locked out of certain PlayStation 4 games, such as Battlefield 4 and Call of Duty: Ghosts. When trying to play the game an error message would pop up saying that a PlayStation Plus subscription was required, even if they already have one.
PlayStation 4 released November 15 in North America and has since sold 2.1 million units worldwide.
PS4 system update 1.52 coming soon, improves system software stability. Protip: Enable Auto Downloads and leave your PS4 in standby mode!
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) December 11, 2013
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