As is now their standard system, Sony are gearing up for their next major PlayStation 4 system software update by putting it through the wringer of beta testing. The registration is now open to Japanese and North American PS4, though European testing is expected to follow soon.
If you'll recall, Sony's system update 5.0 incorporated 1080p and 60 FPS streaming on the PS4 Pro, and it updated Friends List Features.
If you're interested in taking part in the beta, be sure to get your name down by July 27. Will this be the update that finally brings PSN ID name changes? We still don't have an exact release date for when the full update will go live, but at least we know Sony has the ball rolling. Until then, you can hit the links to sign up: North America, Japan.
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Since this isn't a patch within version 5 but an entirely new set of numbers as a whole marks just how big this update will be.
Sony Interactive Entertainment America executive Shawn Layden teased the potential new feature after last year's PSX event.