Sony Opens Beta Registration for PS4 Firmware Update 5.50

Sony Opens Beta Registration for PS4 Firmware Update 5.50

Here's what we do know: the beta isn't going to kick off until sometime in February, and just because you sign up to test it doesn't automatically mean you'll get the chance.

Registering for the beta is super easy: simply head over the over to the official PlayStation sign-up page and enter the required information.

Sony routinely recruits beta testers when it's working on a major software update for the PlayStation 4.

The tech giant have released their first plans for a new PS4 update, which will need a new hoard of beta testers to put it through its paces. The popular console is gearing up for a new major system update, and Sony needs a few Guinea Pigs to hunt for bugs before the update goes live across the globe. Users must be 18 years plus, and be a PlayStation Plus/PlayStation Now subscriber to apply. We should point out that you will need a PS4 (obviously) and a working SEN account to be approved, and you will need internet access to download the update.

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The current Beta Test period starts on January 15, 2018, according to the blog and it will end on January 23, 2018.

The PS4® system software beta test is a test program that enables you to quickly try out functions not provided by publicly available system software. Doing so will reward you with an exclusive PSN avatar.

Sony is also implementing a new feature that allows you to say you're interested in future betas when you sign up for the one for firmware 5.50.

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