The PlayStation 4 is the 8th generation of the home video game console developed by Sony Interactive Entertainment. The device was launched in 2014 and came as a rival for other devices such as Xbox One, Switch, or Wii U. Recently, the developers brought significant changes with the 7.00 update. PS4 is supporting from now on, the cross-platform multiplayer. This fact comes as the most exciting news for all the fans out there, mainly because this option was available only in beta.
Moreover, acclaimed games such as Call of Duty, Fortnite, or Battlefield would finally take advantage of the new feature. For example, PUBG had already made its way to the cross-platform a few days ago, and Call of Duty Modern Warfare will appear soon on October 25. Most importantly, the update will significantly decrease the wait time for those game which has season pass content.
The PS4 is known to have some of the best console features like an AMD Accelerated Processing Unit, one of the most powerful at its time of launching. It also supports HDR10, High-dynamic-range video, and playback of 4K resolution multimedia. The newest addition to the console’s system, the 7.00 update, comes with some strong, yet innovative enhancements. According to players who already got their hands on the software, meaning they tested it, the changes are beneficial. PS4 players could use the fine tune of the HDR calibration when they consider the image is too dark, and it makes it difficult to see it. The update also got some other features like the increase of the party dimension to 16 and the quality of the voice chat. The beta invites can be accessed 20 times, so you don’t have to worry about being left out.