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The PlayStation 4’s 1.50 day-one update will add USB headset compatibility, Sony’s updated PS4 FAQ indicates.

Last month, a Sony representative told Game Informer that bluetooth and USB headset support would not be available when at launch for the PS4. The FAQ now says that “most USB headsets will be supported following the PS4 system software update 1.50,” meaning that only bluetooth support will be absent when the PlayStation 4 finally arrives in North America tomorrow.

Anyone picking up a PS4 tomorrow (or having theirs delivered by, say, Amazon), can get a jump on the system update by heading to the official PlayStation website and downloading it to a USB drive, allowing them to avoid further waiting when setting up their system.

PlayStation 4 Version 1.50 Day-One Update Will Add USB Headset Support

By | 11/14/2013 04:03 PM PT

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The PlayStation 4’s 1.50 day-one update will add USB headset compatibility, Sony’s updated PS4 FAQ indicates.

Last month, a Sony representative told Game Informer that bluetooth and USB headset support would not be available when at launch for the PS4. The FAQ now says that “most USB headsets will be supported following the PS4 system software update 1.50,” meaning that only bluetooth support will be absent when the PlayStation 4 finally arrives in North America tomorrow.

Anyone picking up a PS4 tomorrow (or having theirs delivered by, say, Amazon), can get a jump on the system update by heading to the official PlayStation website and downloading it to a USB drive, allowing them to avoid further waiting when setting up their system.

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