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Sony has released a new optional system software update for PlayStation 4 that takes the console up to version 2.57.

As usual, the update doesn’t add anything in the way of new features, and is described simply as “a minor update that improves stability of some features.”

Earlier this month, Sony released update 2.55 for the console which improved system software stability during the use of some features.

Sony recently announced plans to release a new PlayStation 4 model in Japan, North America, and Europe. This new model is 10 percent lighter and consumes eight percent less power compered to the currently available model. Also, the surface of the new PS4’s HDD bay cover has been given a matte finish., and the power and eject buttons have now been switched to physical buttons (instead of touch-based ones).

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PlayStation 4 system software update 2.57 now available

By Matthew Bennett | 07/22/2015 09:28 AM PT

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Sony has released a new optional system software update for PlayStation 4 that takes the console up to version 2.57.

As usual, the update doesn’t add anything in the way of new features, and is described simply as “a minor update that improves stability of some features.”

Earlier this month, Sony released update 2.55 for the console which improved system software stability during the use of some features.

Sony recently announced plans to release a new PlayStation 4 model in Japan, North America, and Europe. This new model is 10 percent lighter and consumes eight percent less power compered to the currently available model. Also, the surface of the new PS4’s HDD bay cover has been given a matte finish., and the power and eject buttons have now been switched to physical buttons (instead of touch-based ones).

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89